Pure Steam Generators
Pharmaceutical plant steam production 20 - 5000 kg/h
With a capacity ranging from 20 - 5000 kg/h, our Pure Steam Generators produce dry, saturated steam, suitable for a wide range of uses within the pharmaceutical production plant including:
- steam for sterilisation of pharmaceutical products and components
- Steam In Place (SIP) systems including product fluid pathways, filters, vessels and Lyophilisers
- for Parenteral and Non-Parenteral dosage form applications.
The steam, when condensed, meets USP requirements for Water-for-Injection. The steam is purified using centrifugal and gravity separation methods.
cGMP and PED standards are baseline criteria in our Pure Steam Generators design and construction: material and instruments are certified, and all welds are made by qualified welders.
The evaporation column is fitted with a separation device to prevent droplet entrainment and carryover in the dry saturated steam supply.
A Double Tube Sheet Heat Exchanger provides heating of pre-treated feed water to saturation conditions, generating pure steam which expands into the evaporation column. The heating medium in the DTS Heath Exchanger is typically industrial steam at 100 to 120 psig (6 to 8 barg).
Pure steam pressure is maintained by an electronic control system, modulating the supply steam control valve and monitoring the evaporator feed water.
Test points for physical steam quality testing can be installed on customer request.
The system requires Purified Water and is heated through Plant Steam but can also be heated by Electricity or even Superheated Water. Capacities range: from 20 to 5000 kg/h.
Single Effect Distillation Units
Our single effect distillation units can produce both pure steam and WFI, depending on operational requirements and is a perfect solution for applications with limited demand or budget constraints. The Single effect Stills are available with an electrical heat source or steam as the primary heat source.
In the single effect still the heated deaerated feed water is used to create saturated steam. Droplet entrainment is controlled through the use of centrifugal and gravity separation methods.
All parts in contact with process fluid and steam in the single effect stills are constructed from AISI 316L stainless steel and are designed in accordance with P.E.D. pressure regulations. All pipes are orbitally welded, where possible and fully traceable.
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