Vented Blowdown Separators
Boiler blowoff is an essential part of maintenance. If not performed regularly, the dissolved solids entering the boiler with the feed water accumulate
at the bottom of the pressure vessel and form sludge. When the amount of sludge is so high that it covers the electrical heating elements in
the boiler, they will fail prematurely.
Boiler blowoff is the process of discharging boiler water under pressure from the pressure vessel so that the accumulated sludge gets flushed out.
This process must be performed properly. Otherwise it can be dangerous and may lead to injury.
The safest means for performing a boiler blowoff is the use of a blowoff vessel. Reimers Electra Steam, Inc. offers two types of blowoff vessels:
vented and unvented. Both types of vessels are designed, manufactured and
inspected to the ASME Code, Section VIII and comply with the National Board NB-27 document “A Guide for Blowoff Vessels”. This compliance is
required by the most State Boiler Laws and Statutes. Always verify Local and State requirements prior to purchase.
Patent Pending Vented Boiler Blowoff Tanks
0-10BHP / 0-120 KW
0-75BHP / 0-750 KW
0-20BHP / 0-200 KW