At a time when all thermal systems ensure maximum efficiency, condensate heaters allow maximum energy recovery and thus contribute to climatic issues.
Quiri, as a specialist of heat exchangers
, can provide you a condensate reheater / vapour condenser
Equipment delivered in England in 2018, as part of the manufacturing of a waste facility combined with a power plant.
The project will be able to generate up to 43MW per year of electricity from the incineration of household waste for the region and provide steam for a paper mill.
The condensate reheater
supplied by Quiri is part of a set of 4 heat exchangers
: two condensate reheaters, one feedwater heater
and one dearator vapour condense
The function of these shell & Tubes exchangers
is to reheat condensates from the steam coming from the upstream turbine.
The heat exchanger
, of Quiri thermal design, condenses the steam with an integrated sub-cooling system of the condensed steam.
Some Technical Data :
|Nature of the fluids
||Steam / Gas 2
||Water / Liquid 2
|Number of passes
|Service Temperature (inlet / outlet)
|Exchanged Area Installed
|Bundle tubes Type
Geometric Specificities :
Horizontal tubular heat exchanger
, overall length 8500 mm, empty weight 10 Tons.
Shell & Tube Exchanger , type BXU –
with removable head
Code : EN 13445
Regulation: DESP 2014/68/UE
Calculation temperature: -10°C /150°C tube side and shell side
Design pressures: -1/ +.30 bar (g) tube side and shell side
Test pressures: 44 bar (g) tube side and shell side
Risk category IV, reception modula G
Welding coefficient 0.85
Tubes / Tubesheet connection: welding and expansion
Welding procedures: EN ISO 15614-1 or EN 288.3
Welders certifications: According to EN 287.1 or EN 1418
Semi-automatic MIG/MAG processes
Quality Plan according to client specifications, to the requirements of European and local regulations.
Data log book in English.
Equipment installed in England; the CDM (Construction Design and Maintenance) Regulations 2015 were applicable to the project.
Employees trained and approved for CDM 2015
3D view :