Tubular condensers used in power plant to condense exhaust steam are known as Surface Condensers. However, there are many other applications in which condensers are used, and a wide variety of condenser types has been developed.
The Vertical Tube Surface Condensers and Receivers are of compact design and ready for floor mount installation.
STANDARD OPERATING FEATURES
Extra large tube diameter to minimize pressure drop. Observation ports are provided in the Receiver body. Welded Carbon Steel construction with annealed seamless brass tubes for long trouble-free service is standard. Units include an isolation valve for breaking vacuum to drain receiver without interrupting system operation.
How to use:
1. Determine vapor rate in pound per hour.
2. Select line indicating operating pressure of system.
3. Read right from point where vapor rate and system pressure line meet to select proper condenser size.
MANUFACTURED BY STOKES VACUUM, INC.
Technical information and estimating prices on Vertical Tube Surface Condensers and Receivers as manufactured by Stokes Vacuum, Inc. The estimating prices shown are FOB Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Equipment Cost - 3Q 2017
T* Jackets are ASME Code
When the equipment is received at the project site it will be necessary to unload, inspect, transport to point of installation, install and perform the cleanup work occasioned by the foregoing.
The Direct Labor Manhours required for the work described may be estimated as follows:
Example: Estimate the Manhours required for installing Tank Suction Heater Model SBEU2407 ( weight = 4,000 LBS)
2 Tons = (18) Manhours + (1.5 x 2 Tons) or (18) + (3) for a total of (21) Manhours.
The Manhours above assume the transporting distance will not be in excess of 200'0" and that site or other obstructions do not exist.
MANHOURS EXTENSION TO DETERMINE DIRECT LABOR COST FOR INSTALLATION
The Manhours should be extended by a Composite Crew Rate determined from the Wage Rates in effect at the project site.