Condenser Distillation

Condenser distillation systems use pressurized gas to force vaporized water through porous glass or quartz tubes into a condenser tank, where the water is condensed into a solution. This solution is usually a combination of the vaporized water and inert gases such as argon and nitrogen, with the remaining parts of the water vapor turning back into steam. The pressure produced in the process allows for steam and vapors to be used as a cleaner for metal surfaces and piping and they provide steam for industrial boilers.

condenser distillation

The condenser distillation system is an ideal method of reducing the volumes of pollutants that are collected in a central collection unit. Particles and contaminants which are not suitable for steam or boiling can be condensed into water before they can reach the main collection tank. This improves the efficiency of the unit. A condenser distillation system is often used as a waste water treatment in wastewater treatment plants. Waste water that has been distilled has a much higher boiling point than water that has not been distilled, which means that it can easily be used as a cleaning agent on pipes and drains and it also reduces the amount of poisonous fumes in the system.

The condenser distillation system is widely used in industries all over the world, where the job of collecting pollutants and contaminants from water is a difficult one. It can help reduce the amount of water lost from a treatment plant, by allowing larger particles and contaminants to be collected in a single container, reducing the risk of pooling of the water, increasing the efficiency of the heating and cooling equipment of the plant, and reducing the amount of wasted water from the plant. In addition, the water collected by a condenser distillation system is stored in a holding tank, which makes it easier to transport to other areas where it is needed.