Design of Steam & Condensate Systems | Cochran Boilers Training Centre
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Design of Steam and Condensate Systems


Who should attend?

Delegates who are currently (or intend to be) designing or consulting on steam boilers and steam plant.
Delegates who are project engineers or site manager who are responsible for upgrading or adding to the steam and condensate system.

What will the delegate learn?

This will be a complete overview of the boilerhouse, steam and condensate system which involves a project approach to utilising skills learnt. The training course will be carried out by a trainer many years specialist steam project knowledge who will provide best practice in boilers, steam and condensate systems, and all the factors to be considered in their design.

Course Objectives

By the end of this course the delegate will be able to:
Show a greater understanding of how steam is produced safely and efficiently.
Appreciate how steam systems are designed to get steam to the point of use safely and efficiently.
Understand different types of steam e.g. wet steam, dry steam, flash steam and superheated steam, the disadvantages and advantages of each type.
Have knowledge of how production affects boilers and how boilers affect production. Then design the steam system to overcome the difficulties caused by this relationship.
Calculate the steam demand for different types of steam plant. Then size steam pipes.
Understand the need for different types of steam traps and air vents then size both.
Appreciate the requirment to recover condensate, then size condensate pipes.
Investigate “Stall” and how to overcome it.
Understand why steam is distributed at high pressure and the requirement to reduce pressure at the point of use. Then size pressure reducing valves.
Discuss control valves and the issues with sizing control valves.
Explain how safety valves operate, the standards around them, how and why they fail due to inaccurate set point.
Appreciate flash steam recovery, then size flash vessels.
Also size boilers, blowdown vessels and feedtanks

Location: TBA

2019 Dates:  4-7th February / 20-23rd May / 19-22nd August / 18-21st November

 

Duration: 4 day
Cost: £1080 (+ VAT)

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