Condensate Heat recovery
Depending on the process (usually a close loop system) the temperature and amount of condensate returning back to the hotwell can cause vibration and excessive flash steam emitting from the vent. This is because the hot condensate flashes off to steam as the pressure in the system collapses. In effect, the water in the hotwell is boiling. In some applications it is possible to transfer heat from the hot condensate into the incoming feedwater (very much the same as a flue gas economiser).
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