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Steam condensate pumps

Steam condensate pumps
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Product Code : P1M /P2M/ ... /P11M/P12M
Brand Name : Innovative Enerpro Pvt Ltd.
Product Description

Why Steam condensate pumps must be used instead ofconventional electrically operated pumps?

Presentlyin some of industry, condensate is collected in the collection tank and thereafter it is being pumped by conventional electrically operated centrifugalpumps. In this process 15-20° C temperature reduce as it is stored incollection tank. While in Steam condensate pumps condensate water is pumped assoon as it is filled. So there is not significant temperature drop.

Electrical pump require frequentmaintenance, while Steam condensate pumps have only float type moving partwhich is fit and forgot type.

Electrical pump faces the problemof dry running due to high vapour pressure while Steam condensate pumps willnever have these problems.

Electrical pump faces thecavitations and pitting problems while Steam condensate pumps will never havethis problem.


Steamcondensate pumps having no moving part assured zero maintenance.


Steam condensate pumps utilise of flash steam.


Steam condensate pumps Suitable for high temp.Application. No cavitations problem


In Condensate recovery pump less steam consumption at low pressure.


Steam condensate pumps Can be operated on compressedAir.


Steam condensate pumps Automatic venting of Air &Non - Condensable gases


Easymonitoring of Steam condensate pumps operation can be checked in sight glass.


Steamcondensate pumps of Various sizes for different capacities.( max. cap.12,000kg/hr )


Steam condensate pumps skid Mounted so easy to install.



Application :


Steamcondensate pumps use for  tracing line,radiator, cyclinder, dryer, heat exchanger, vessels, jacketing, Oven, heatingtank

Condensaterecovery pump use for Industries like Pharma, Textile, Automobile, Petrochemical, Paper mill, Sugar mill, Processing unit, chemical etc…