Why Use The BLU-DS-27 Filter Element?
Part of the steam produced by the cogeneration boiler is used for power generation, and the other part is used as a heat energy carrier in the chemical industry, printing and dyeing, papermaking, petroleum, and other industrial fields.
The heat energy of steam includes latent heat and sensible heat. In industrial production, most steam-using equipment only uses the latent heat part of the energy of the steam, and the steam after releasing the latent heat is condensed into condensed water with sensible heat, but this part of the heat is not Is effectively used.
Under normal circumstances, depending on the steam pressure, the heat of condensed water accounts for about 20%-30% of the total heat of steam. If condensed water is recovered from users as boiler feed water, it will significantly reduce boiler operating costs and obtain considerable economic benefits.
It embodies the current concept of “development of the circular economy” advocated, conforms to the country’s energy conservation and emission reduction policies, and enhances the competitiveness of enterprises.
However, the current situation of condensate reuse is not optimistic. For the recycling of condensed water, the biggest problem is iron removal.
The iron removal process of condensate water has its particularity compared with general conditions: First, the return water temperature of condensate water is above 6CTC, and some commonly used filters cannot work normally at this temperature.
Secondly, there is also the problem of unstable condensate flow in the actual production process.
BLU-DS-27 overcomes the shortcomings of the existing technology to provide a filter element for reusing condensate water in a cogeneration boiler.
Advantage of BLU-DS-27 Filter Element
- It can effectively reduce the iron content in the high-temperature condensate water of the cogeneration boiler, especially the iron ion content.
- Through the recovery of condensed water, not only the coal consumption of the boiler is reduced, but the reduction of this part of the coal consumption correspondingly reduces the emission of air pollutants such as smoke, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen oxides.