Equipment Specifications

CO2 Engineering Data

Absolute Temperature Data

Plumbing Requirements

Conversion Data For Different Types Of Gases

BTU per kilowatt |
3412 |

BTU per pound of steam |
1000 |

BTU per pound of water per degree |
1 |

BTU Required to vaporize 1 pound of Co2 |
120 |

BTU Required to vaporize 1 pound of H2O |
960 |

One pound of steam = One pound of water. Average heat required to vaporize and super heatone pound of Co2 to 70 degrees F = 135 BTU |

Power required per pound |
40 watts |

100 lbs. per hour | 4000 watts = 4 Kw |

375 lbs. per hour | 15,000 watts = 15 Kw |

750 lbs. per hour | 30,000 watts = 30 Kw |

1000 lbs. per hour | 40,000 watts = 40 Kw |

1000 watts = 1 Kw (kilowatt) |

100 lbs. per hour | 14 lbs. of steam |

500 lbs. per hour | 70 lbs. of steam |

1000 lbs. per hour | 140 lbs. of steam |

5000 lbs. per hour | 700 lbs. of steam |

10,000 lbs. per hour | 1400 lbs. of steam |

The steam pressure does not effect these numbers. The steam pressure affects the sizing of the steam train and the condensate return system. Lower pressure steam will require a larger steam train and condensate system. |

700 lbs. of liquid withdrawn | 37.52 lbs. of pressure build required |

1000 lbs. of liquid withdrawn | 53 lbs. of pressure build required |

5000 lbs. of liquid withdrawn | 268 lbs. of pressure build required |

BTU per pound of pressure build |
120 BTU |

If customer is using gas off the top of the tank, the pressure build unit will have to deliver the same number of pounds of gas as the customer is using. A straight 1 to 1 ratio will need to be used. |

Example: 500 lbs. of gas per hour heated 60 degrees |
500 x 60 x .2040445 |

6121.33 BTU | |

1.79 kilowatts | |

6.12 lbs. of steam |

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