Energy efficiency tip of the day (steam and condensate piping systems Low-cost opportunities)

“Stop venting and draining money!!” part II

  To conserve energy and cut costs, consider the following Low-cost opportunities:

  1. Overhaul pressure-reducing stations. Reduce steam pressure where possible.
  2. Insulate pipes, flanges, fittings and equipment. (A three-meter length of uninsulated 10-centimetre steam pipe, for example, will cost more than twice as much in steam per year than it would to insulate).
  3. Remove redundant steam and condensate piping.
  4. Re-pipe systems or move equipment if possible) to shorten pipe lengths to minimize heat loss and steam leaks.
  5. Repair, replace or add air vents.
  6. Optimize the location of condensate conductivity sensors.

Magdy Aly

Energy manager, Energy efficiency consultant Passionate to help others to save Energy and Environment.

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