Armstrong International’s fully integrated system package is designed to deliver the higher level of steam quality required by your plant.
Plant steam enters Armstrong Steam Harness.
Manual butterfly valve at inlet provides complete isolation, as needed.
The Armstrong Steam QM®-1 sensor can be relocated to available nozzle, as needed, to measure steam quality upstream of Armstrong Steam Harness.
Drip leg captures condensate and dirt from plant steam distribution; Armstrong TVS with an inverted bucket steam trap drains condensate from drip leg; high pressure condensate return valve allows manual removal of particles captured by drip leg. (A)
Drain separator removes moisture and particles greater than 10 microns from steam; Armstrong TVS with an inverted bucket steam trap drains condensate from drain separator; high pressure condensate return. (B)
Visual pressure gauge and pressure transducer installed at the top of separator translates inlet steam pressure and transmits signal to PLC/HMI supplied by Armstrong.
Steam passes through Y-type strainer that captures particles greater than 0.0055”; valve allows manual removal of particles; dirt goes to atmospheric discharge. (C)
VERIS Accelabar® measures steam flow and compensates for changes in steam pressure, signal transmitted to pellet mill or extrusion control system. (D)
Armstrong Steam QM®-1 measures steam quality; information transmitted via Modbus to PLC/HMI supplied by Armstrong. (E)