Lumus steam jet air ejectors

Overview. Ecolaire® M Jet Series Steam Jet Air Ejectors are extremely simple and economical forms of vacuum pumps that use the ejector action of high-velocity steam ...

DESIGNING STEAM JET VACUUM SYSTEMS ... This steam jet creates a vacuum which extracts air or gas from the adjoining vessel. As these gases are entrained in the

• Steam Jet Air Ejectors • Steam Turbine Isolation ... can also be utilized in peak load applications when process steam is required while the steam turbine is ...

This pressure value corresponds to the temperature of condensation 40VC. This means that the mixture of high-pressure steam and flash evaporation can be liquefied at the condenser. Latent heat of condensation is passed to the condenser water, which can be 25 InC. condensate 5 pumped back to the boiler, from which he can again turns to high-pressure steam. Evaporation relatively small amount of water in capacity of the flash (flash or cooler) reduces the temperature of the body of water. Chilled water is pumped as a cooling carrier cooling load, the heat exchanger.

Ejector was invented by Sir Charles Parsons around 1901 to remove air from the steam engine capacitors. About 1910, ejector was used Maurice LeBlanc the steam ejector system cooling It experienced a wave of popularity in the early 1930s to the air conditioning systems in large buildings. Steam ejector refrigeration cycles were later driven systems using mechanical compressors. Since then, development and refinement of ducted cooling system were almost at a standstill as the main efforts were focused on improving the vapour compression cycles (Aphornratana et al., 2001).

Aphornratana et al.’s experiments have shown that the ejector-cooling system with the help of R-11 was practically useful and can provide an acceptable level of performance. It can provide cooling temperature-5VC. cooling capacity ranged from 500 to1700 W (COP) in the range from 0.1 and 0.25.