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SPH – Steam Superheaters


Prominent Features

• When water enters the vapor phase, it is called saturated steam and has a saturated steam temperature according to the pressure value. If heat transfer to the fluid in the saturated vapor phase continues, the temperature of the vapor begins to rise and the superheated vapor phase is switched on. For example, a saturated steam temperature of 6 bar is 158°C. If we continue to heat the steam, we’ll get a fluid at 6 bar but at higher temperatures (eg. 200 C) • Steam superheaters can be formed in the boiler according to the system design features or they can be manufactured as externally used equipment.

• They can be produced with electric, liquid or gas fuel according to the capacity.

• They are offered as a package with safety and control systems.

• Shipped with long-lasting insulation that minimizes heat losses.

• Production in accordance with EN12952 and PED2014 / 68 CE directives.

• Welding check of our boilers is carried out with non-destructive testing (NDT) within the scope and ratios specified in EN 12952-6.

• Our welded productions are carried out by certified welders according to approved WPS and WPQRs. MIG-MAG and SMAW welding techniques are applied during production in accordance with the norms.

• They are manufactured by using high quality, certified boiler sheet and seamless boiler tubes in accordance with standard requirements.

System Elements

• Akkaya high efficiency steam superheater AKK-SPH

• Superheater body

• Internal and external coils • Smoke outlet duct

• Safety valve

• Manometer and 3-way connection valve

• Pressure switch

• Pressure transmitter

• Boiler temperature sensor

• Boiler temperature thermometer

• Steam trap groups

• Globe valves

• Upper and lower ventilation pipes

• Top discharge pipe

• Connection flanges

• Cover plate

• Insulation

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