They can use Desuperheaters in a broad range of applications. Based on your specifications and conditions, they use desuperheaters for processes involving different gaseous substances, such as steam, gas, and LNG.
Desuperheaters most common usage to accurately control the temperature and pressure of steam. They apply the desuperheating of steam in all kinds of processes, ranging from power generation to the processing of paper, food, and textiles.
Besides cooling down steam, the desuperheating of steam can help to achieve serious cost reductions. Lower temperature steam has a lower volume so that they can install thinner pipes. Lower-grade alloys can transport lower temperature steam.
They can also apply the principle of the Desuperheater to gas. Gas Desuperheaters use is to reduce the temperature of the gas or to inject different types of gas to create different kinds of vapors.
Steam is water in the gas phase, which forms when water boils. While steam is invisible when referencing wet steam, the visible mist of water droplets form as the water vapor condenses. If heated, it becomes superheated steam.
Desuperheated steam is cooling steam or attemperation by a Desuperheater. If the temperature of the superheated steam is not constant, processes are difficult to control. A desuperheater lowers the temperature of the superheated steam by injecting a calculated amount of water droplets into the flow stream. As a result, the saturated steam uses are more effective for heating and transferring heat in the industrial process. Desuperheated steam improves the quality of industrial processes and can reduce the downtime of a production line.
Gas Desuperheaters usage is to reduce the temperature of gaseous substances. They can also inject different types of liquefied gas or water into the line to make specific mixes. They can reduce and control the temperature of the gas. As it controls gas temperatures the errors, damage, and safety it prevents problems.
Liquified natural gas (LNG) is a composition of methane and some mixture of ethane used to convert natural gas to liquid form for ease and safety of storage transport. A liquified natural gas terminal is a structure for liquified natural gas to store. It can consist of special tanks, ships, or structures.
Many believe LNG to be the specifically energy source of the future. And, as a result, the technology for keeping the plants functional at a lower cost is great. A desuperheater can ensure that these plants are more effective.
During the offloading of the offshore LNG carrier, the boil-off gas (BOG) from the onshore LNG storage tank goes back to the carrier by the vapor return line. The BOG fills the void creation in the LNG carrier tanks, preventing tank collapse. The LNG Desuperheater reduces and controls the BOG temperature by direct injection of LNG. Thus, ensuring undistributed and safe discharge of the LNG carrier.
The re-liquefaction system is to cool and re-liquefy the BOG from the storage tanks. The LNG desuperheater, being part of the system, plays a key role in reducing the BOG compressor suction temperature. After the BOG cooling and compressing stage, the BOG is re-liquifies in the BOG re-condenser and goes to the storage tanks.