Difference Between High Pressure and Low Pressure Condensate

Ever wondered why there are two different return system for condensate? Find out today the differences between high pressure condensate and low pressure condensate.

Today on Boiler University's Weekly Boiler Tips, Jude goes through why a steam system needs to separate high pressure condensate and low pressure condensate. Due to the pressure differences, the condensate in a return line must be moved in a different way. While high pressure might have enough energy to return back, low pressure condensate will need a receiving tank and pump. You can learn this and more at WARE's Boiler University.

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