Steam super-heater

Steam super-heater

When fitted to a boiler, a steam super-heater can raise the temperature of the steam output above its saturation temperature. This means we can obtain high-temperature super-heated steam.

A Steam Superheater is basically a gas-steam heat exchanger, whose design takes account of the particular challenges of working with combustion gases

It consists of two circuits:

Steam Circuit

This consists of a bundle of smooth steel tubes, with a configuration to suit the operating conditions.

Steam Circuit

This is a tube bundle joined by means of steel elbows welded to the pipes. The circuit also contains two lateral collectors, one for the intake and distribution of the water and the other for the outlet.

Gas Circuit

This runs in the opposite direction to the water circuit and comprises a steel, sheet-metal housing and rolled metal profiles.