Reliable removal of oxygen from boiler feedwater, will dramatically increase the lifespan of a steam system. Preferably, a deaerator should perform three functions (oxygen removal, buffering and preheating of incoming condensate / demi water) and have as low as possible Total Cost of Ownership (TCoO).
As a market leader, we have provided deaerator solutions all over the world, for more than 85 years. Our heritage as a boiler manufacturer provides us with in-depth knowledge of feedwater systems. This allows us to provide the most optimal deaerator solution, both for new plants and for existing plants.
Our teams design and install new spray-type deaerators, or retrofit Stork’s patented sprayer into existing deaerators to enhance their performance.
Our patented spray-type deaerator has a world-wide installation footprint of more than 5.000 units. It achieves the lowest TCoO due to:
- Excellent oxygen removal (< 7 ppb O2 = no corrosion).
- Low CAPEX (its compact, single vessel design is easy to manufacture, transport and install at site).
- Low OPEX (no oxygen scavenger required, very low steam loss, no spare parts nor maintenance required).
From tray- to spray-type
We can retrofit your existing tray-type deaerator with Stork’s patented sprayers. This will remove the need for oxygen scavenging chemicals and greatly reduce (~90%) the need to vent steam.
As less make-up steam is required, it will reduce your carbon footprint, while lowering your noise level from >85 dB to less than 80 dB.
Inherent to its design, no spare parts are needed and maintenance should not be required on Stork’s spray-type deaerators. Its robust design allows for lifetimes exceeding 25 years and as high as a staggering 85 years.
Due to its excellent deaeration, it also reduces corrosion in the rest of the steam system, thereby reducing maintenance needs in piping, boilers, valves, pumps, turbines and other equipment.
- New build
How we make the difference!
|Our spray-type deaerator is industry leading with over 5000 new units installed.|
Our deaerators are used in conventional / combined cycle / nuclear / waste-to-energy / concentrated solar power plants, refineries, petrochemical facilities, pulp & paper, FPSO/marine, district heating and many more sectors.
|Low CAPEX and OPEX, while also helping to avoid unplanned boiler system downtime.|
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