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Thermal Energy International (TEI) will be exhibiting its range of awarding winning energy efficiency products on Stand C8. TEI’s products include its GEM venturi orifice steam traps and its flue gas condensing heat recovery economisers.

Instead of utilising a valve mechanism to close off steam, the GEM steam traps use the patented venturi orifice design to effectively drain condensate from the steam system and maximise energy and water conservation. As the GEM steam traps have no moving parts to wedge open or fail they provide a permanent solution to steam trapping and condensate return problems. GEM steam traps are also said to improve product processing by enhancing the quality of steam and reducing equipment repairs, downtime and replacement costs. Available in a wide range of sizes for a cross section of applications, and with optional filter where applicable, the GEM steam traps are said to provide companies with a fast payback in increased equipment reliability, water and energy savings of up to 30 per cent.

TEI’s flue gas condensing heat recovery economisers are said to reduce the energy consumption of an industrial boiler by up to 18 per cent by capturing the waste heat in the flue stream and converting it to hot water.

Thermal Energy International

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www.gemtrap.com

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