Isotank Heating System
The isotank heating system provides an innovative and effective solution to maintain the proper temperature of products during their transportation and storage in isotanks, ensuring their quality and safety.
Challenges posed by Globaltalke
Globaltalke challenged us to develop a heating system for isotanks that would be safe, efficient, and user-friendly.
- Receiving imported isotanks with chemicals at a temperature of 25°C that needed to be heated prior to supply.
- Dependence on an external heating base to which the isotank had to be transported for the operation.
- All the operational complications involved in terms of coordinating the delivery to the customer.
- ISO Tank with maleic anhydride: 25,000 L
- External temperature: 25°C
- Supply temperature: 75°C
- Total operation time: 12 hours
Customized steam solution developed by Giconmes.
§After performing the necessary calculations, we concluded that to achieve a maximum time goal of 12 hours a continuous working 180 kW generator is required.
§The heating operation is managed through an integrated programmable logic controller (PLC) in the generator.
- Generator: NGV-60180 - 3x2x30 kW INOX AISI 316
- Power: 3 modules with double resistance (30 kW + 30 kW)
- Maximum steam production: 243 / 249 kg/hour
- Condensate recovery.
- Temperature and time control module.
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There are no emissions other than those produced in the electricity production process. Therefore, they can be neutral depending on the electricity mix. Electric steam boilers are the present and the future.
Absolutely. In fact, it is recommended to achieve maximum efficiency. There is no problem with remote control as long as current regulations are followed.
A steam generator is a pressure vessel that, along with the pipe network it is connected to, is subject to regulatory control and complementary technical instructions, according to the regulations published in Royal Decree 809/2021, dated September 21st. Its maintenance is divided into a part that can be easily performed by the owner:
- Familiarize yourself with and apply the manufacturer’s instructions regarding the use, safety measures, and maintenance.
- Do not put the installation into operation or prevent the operation of pressure equipment if the requirements of the regulations are not met.
- It is necessary to have, at least, the following documentation of the pressure equipment while they are installed: Declaration of Conformity, if applicable, manufacturer’s instructions, and, if necessary, installation certificate, along with other supporting documentation (such as Installation Project, record of the last periodic inspection, certifications of equipment repairs or modifications, as well as any other documentation required by the corresponding complementary technical instruction (ITC) of this regulation). For detailed information, please refer to Annex IV of the regulation. This documentation should be made available to the competent authority of the autonomous community and to the companies that carry out maintenance, repairs, or periodic inspections.
- Use the pressure equipment within the intended operating limits specified by the manufacturer, and remove them from service if they no longer meet the necessary safety requirements.
- Perform maintenance on the installations, pressure equipment, safety accessories, and control devices in accordance with the operating conditions and manufacturer’s instructions, and conduct inspections at least once a year.
- Arrange for the necessary periodic inspections as stipulated in Article 6 of the regulation.
- Maintain an up-to-date record of pressure equipment belonging to categories I to IV, as defined in RD 709/2015, dated July 24th, or equipment deemed equivalent to these categories according to Article 3.2 of the regulation, as well as their installations.
It is known that by applying heat to water, it transforms into steam at its boiling point under atmospheric pressure. From this point onwards, depending on the desired level of steam saturation for its proper application, we may need to increase the pressure in order to achieve higher temperature. To change the temperature and saturation level of the steam, we always need to adjust the pressure.
It is a unit of pressure equivalent to 1 kg/cm2, 0.98 atmospheres, or 14.50 PSI.
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