Exhausters & Compressors

Exhauster & Compressor Overview

Exhausters, Compressors and Jet Blowers are used in a multitude of applications and operate with a variety of motive fluid.

Exhauster & Compressor Types

➤ Steam Jet Exhauster and Compressor
(air and gas pumps that operate on the jet principle, at moderately high vacuum, using live steam or compressed air as the motive force)

➤ Steam Jet Vacuum Pump
(operate on the steam jet principle, utilizing the energy of steam to create vacuum and handle process gases - has lower efficiency than the Steam Jet Exhauster and Compressor)

➤ Gas Jet Compressor
(ejector that utilizes a jet of high-pressure gas as an operating medium to entrain a low-pressure gas, mix the two, and discharge at an intermediate pressure)

➤ Thermocompressor
(recovering waste steam and combining it with higher pressure steam for re-use in the process)

➤ Single Nozzle Water Jet Exhauster
(use pressurized water as the only motive force and are ideal for handling mixtures of condensable and non-condensable gases)

➤ Multi-Nozzle Water Jet Exhauster
(used widely throughout industry to evacuate closed vessels, to prime centrifugal pumps, to pump air and gases, to handle mixtures of condensable and non-condensable gases, or to mix liquids and gases in continuous processing)

➤ Jet Blower
(utilize the ejector-venturi principle to move large volumes of air and other gases against low back pressures - used for ventilating, exhausting, purging, and low vacuum applications)

General Applications:

Venturi exhauster; Vacuum pumping; Mixing liquids and gases; Using pressurized water as the only motive force; Handling mixtures of condensable and non-condensable gases; Pump priming; Evacuating closed vessels; Exhausting; Agitating fermentation tanks; Drying drums; Priming centrifugal pumps; Lifting tar, pumping gases; Exhausting air from vacuum pans and evaporators; Exhausting tire molds; Removing soot from boilers; Forcing air into vats; Handling corrosive gases; Circulating steam in driers; General vacuum service; Mixing steam and air to alum digester in chemical processing; Exhausting, evacuating, and general vacuum service; Used in tire vulcanizers in tire and rubber industry; Handle liquefied petroleum gases and air for gas, electric, and chemical industries; Coal gasification; Used to boost the pressure of flash steam from a condensate receiver; Yankee Dryers; Dryer Banks; Priming a centrifugal pump; Vacuum pumping; Air and brine removal for distillation; Proprietary chemical processing; In continuous process as mixers; Evacuating a closed vessel; Water vapor removal to maintain vacuum; Evacuation and pump priming; Distillation and mixing of chemicals; Used for venting dry cargo spaces on tankers; Drawing off obnoxious vapors from heavy oil agitator and discharging them into a plant furnace where they are burnt off; Used for heat and combustion products ventilation; Removing asphalt fumes from storage units; Exhausting bulk storage holds aboard ships; Removing fumes and vapors; Ventilate grain silo

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