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Capture waste steam for re-use with this thermocompressor unit

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Spirax Sarco

Spirax Sarco

This company’s Steam Jet Thermocompressors (photo) compress low-pressure steam (often waste steam) in order to make this steam available for additional applications. The thermocompressor unit is simple in construction and consists of three fundamental components — a motive steam nozzle, suction body and a diffuser. This compact and lightweight design make it easy to install into a pipeline and enables overhead installations. A wide range of materials of construction are available to suit process requirements, including stainless steel, carbon steel, titanium, chrome and molybdenum. Steam Jet Thermocompressors have no moving or rotating parts. Minimal maintenance is required, making the units suitable for installation in remote or inaccessible locations. — Spirax Sarco Inc., Blythewood, S.C.

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