Condensation

  • Alfa Laval introduced a line of plate heat exchangers for steam heating in the marine industries, reportedly the first gasketed plate heat exchangers series designed specifically for use with industrial steam and includes two models suitable in marine duties as jacket water coolers, tank cleaning water heaters and dumping condensers. This new steam heater series extends design temperatures to 350 degrees F and increases design pressures. The two models are the TS6 and TS20M. The smaller model, the TS6, has a capacity of 2 to 18 MW at a steam condensation temperature of 300 degrees F and 2 to 12 MW at a steam condensation temperature of 248 degrees F. The larger model, theTS20M, KMEextends liquid flowrates up to 3,900 gpm depending on the media, permitted pressure drop and temperature It has a capacity of 2.5 to 15 MW at a steam condensation temperature of 300 degrees F and 2.5 to 9 MW at a steam condensation temperature of 248 degrees F. The new TS-M plate design is optimized for condensing steam in one channel and heating liquid in the alternating channel. The robust construction of this series eliminates thermal fatigue and, as a result of its low hold-up volume, allows rapid temperature control.

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  • The Company: Mascoat was founded in 1995 to provide a thermal barrier solution that has revolutionized how many vessel and ship manufacturers prevent condensation, radiant heat gain, and unwanted vibration. The company strived to independently validate the coatings’ abilities so that potential customers would

  • can resist the corrosive effect of sea water and cleaning chemicals, and withstand high-pressure steam cleaning. Pressurized nitrogen prevents internal condensation. Axis Communications launched three outdoor-ready, marine-grade stainless steel cameras that enable 360° coverage of wide areas in resolutions up

  • the thermos-flask characteristics of a doublehulled ship cannot prevent this. As a result, the walls lining the spaces filled with gas are covered in condensation. Rodney Towers' study suggests that in an inerted VLCC as much as 12 tons of condensation can be created each night. "The condensation dissolves

  • are collected and piped ashore. There they are destroyed through a process such as incineration, recovered through a process such as refrigeration/ condensation, returned to the shore tank being emptied, or piped to a remote location and dispersed into the atmosphere if not prohibited by a state air

  • the effect of lowering temperatures of cylinder walls and in ring belt areas under low-power operation. This allows the formation of more acidic condensation. One feature of Argina T Oils is a high base number (TBN-E 30) to neutralize acids caused by the use of high sulfur fuels. The new oils are

  • as well as lid angle or proximity to the tank wall. In plastic tanks, a metal plate is not required to be installed under the transmitter. Vapor and condensation will not affect the reading or survivability, as the transmitter is vented through the cable to the outside of the tank or container. For marine

  • can resist the corrosive effect of sea water and cleaning chemicals, and withstand high-pressure steam cleaning. Pressurized nitrogen prevents internal condensation. Axis Communications launched three outdoor-ready, marine-grade stainless steel cameras that enable 360° coverage of wide areas in resolutions up

  • a large temperature difference between heated cargoes on board and sea water outside the hull. Such a temperature gradient would lead to substantial condensation, another corrosion catalyst. Early double hull tanker designs were at significant risk, it was agreed. "The early generation of post OPA 90

  • per year, will service a new industrial complex to be built in the port area during the next five years. The complex will include refineries, gas-condensation works, petrochemical/technical factories, and cement plants, as well as new quays and all support facilities needed for a modern industrial area

  • The following is a condensation of a technical study prepared by the engineering and research departments of Samson Ocean Systems, Inc., Shirley, Mass. The report analyzes and compares the performance characteristics of the traditional towing surge pendant utilizing heavy chain with those of a

  • ships' resources to serve two functions. Heat from each vessel's engine is used to preheat water onboard — saving fuel and energy. In addition, condensation running of the ship's air conditioning system is siphoned off to produce water for onboard laundries — thus conserving both fuel and water.

  • MN Aug-18#45  thermal barrier and anti-condensation capabili-
International)
    August 2018 - Marine News page: 45

    silica beads held in suspension by an acrylic binder. It applies like paint and is maintenance-free, THE CASE: providing thermal barrier and anti-condensation capabili- International Paint is among the world’s largest coatings ties for shipboard construction. The Mascoat proprietary suppliers. International

  • MN Nov-16#106  
es through further condensation of 
pipe ? ttings,)
    November 2016 - Marine News page: 106

    the metal. Protec- company – operating as part of the tive layer re-heals and self-replenish- PJ Group – will supply specialist es through further condensation of pipe ? ttings, ? anges and other piping the vapor. VpCI provides complete components to the oil and gas, pet- product protection during storage

  • MN Aug-16#73  77041
manufacturers prevent condensation, radiant heat gain)
    August 2016 - Marine News page: 73

    1995 to provide a thermal barri- 4310 Campbell Rd er solution that has revolutionized how many vessel and ship Houston, TX 77041 manufacturers prevent condensation, radiant heat gain, and Telephone: (713) 465-0304 E-mail: wconner@mascoat.com unwanted vibration. The company strived to independently Website:

  • MR Jul-16#49  the “air gap” issues of condensation,  provide optimal viewing)
    July 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 49

    23-in. display. Crisp HD resolution as standard. Optical bonded displays elimi- of 1920x1080 pixels and MVA technology nate the “air gap” issues of condensation, provide optimal viewing from anywhere on overheating and contamination. Reliable the bridge or pilothouse. The type-approved touch menu controls

  • MR Dec-15#25  parameterizations tested  condensations can actually erode)
    December 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 25

    through design space, sometimes violently. The more violent and the result returned to HEEDS to pro- and a variety of parameterizations tested condensations can actually erode away a Single Objective Approach vide the cavitation inequality constraint. including radial distributions of pitch, solid

  • MN Apr-15#45  design process at  not only condensation and radiant heat gain)
    April 2015 - Marine News page: 45

    in a standalone application. need for similar products in the marine environment for According to Wolczko, during the ship design process at not only condensation and radiant heat gain prevention, GPA, noise and vibration are addressed in many elements of but also to mitigate sound issues. Headquartered

  • MN Jul-14#52  for Fluorescent  UV-Condensation Exposures of Paint)
    July 2014 - Marine News page: 52

    UV radiation exposure in a single year. A second form of testing, QUV-A accelerated weather- ing (per ASTM D4587, Standard Practice for Fluorescent UV-Condensation Exposures of Paint and Related Coat- ings), captures only one small bandwidth of radiation, so it does not replicate the sun, but it does focus

  • MR Nov-15-77#15  temperature below 
which condensation of acid is ex-
pected)
    November 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 15

    records. While the dewpoint tempera- ture of sulfuric acid vapor may be an important parameter in de- termining the temperature below which condensation of acid is ex- pected to occur, the most signifi- cant factor determining the serv- ice life of heat-recovery equip- ment is the rate of corrosion

  • MR Jan-15-80#14  
The following is a condensation 
of a technical study)
    January 15, 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 14

    Reduced Towing Costs Subject Of Study On Towing Surge Pendants The following is a condensation of a technical study prepared by the engineering and research de- partments of Samson Ocean Sys- tems, Inc., Shirley, Mass. The re- port analyzes and compares the performance characteristics of

  • MT Jun-14#59  the transmitter. Vapor and condensation 
will not affect the)
    June 2014 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 59

    as well as lid angle or proximity to the tank wall. In plastic tanks, a metal plate is not required to be installed under the transmitter. Vapor and condensation will not affect the reading or survivability, as the transmit- ter is vented through the cable to the outside of the tank or container. For

  • MT Jun-14#58  prevents inter-
nal condensation. Axis Communications)
    June 2014 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 58

    resist the corrosive effect of sea water and cleaning chemicals, and withstand high-pressure steam cleaning. Pressurized nitrogen prevents inter- nal condensation. Axis Communications launched three outdoor-ready, marine- grade stainless steel cameras that enable 360° coverage of wide areas in resolu- tions

  • MR Sep-15-80#24  
action of salt water, 
condensation and unavoidable 
shipboard)
    September 15, 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 24

    or on the switchboard of generators. It continuously monitors insulation resistance in the'idle machine. When the action of salt water, condensation and unavoidable shipboard contaminants, like oil and grease, causes resistance to fall below a predetermined safe level, the FMIMPE gives

  • MR Oct-80#48  include refineries, 
gas-condensation works, petrochemical/tech-
)
    October 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 48

    year, will service a new industrial complex to be built in the port area during the next five years. The complex will include refineries, gas-condensation works, petrochemical/tech- nical factories, and cement plants, as well as new quays and all support facilities needed for a modern industrial

  • MR Oct-80#12  
action of salt water, 
condensation and unavoidable 
shipboard)
    October 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    or on the switchboard of generators. It continuously monitors insulation resistance in the'idle machine. When the action of salt water, condensation and unavoidable shipboard contaminants, like oil and grease, causes resistance to fall below a predetermined safe level, the PAHMP£ gives

  • MN Apr-14#58  prevents inter- nal condensation. Axis Commu-nications)
    April 2014 - Marine News page: 58

    sist the corrosive effect of sea water and cleaning chemicals, and with-stand high-pressure steam cleaning. Pressurized nitrogen prevents inter- nal condensation. Axis Commu-nications cameras enable 360° cover- age of wide areas in resolutions up to HDTV 1080p. www.axis.com Kongsberg at San Jacinto

  • MR Jan-15-84#19  to prevent sulfuric acid 
condensation and/or using suffi-
ciently)
    January 15, 1984 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    also seems to have succumbed to a commonly accepted remedy—insuring that cylinder wall temperatures are high enough to prevent sulfuric acid condensation and/or using suffi- ciently alkaline cylinder oils to neutralize the acid deposits on the cylinder walls. Obviously, if an en- gine manufacturer

  • MR Jan-91#28  
Builders) that reduce condensation 
in all weather conditions)
    January 1991 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 28

    main and second decks are fitted with tinted and insulated glass in all cabin windows (designed by Marine Builders) that reduce condensation in all weather conditions and add to passenger sightseeing enjoyment. Three complete bars, a gift shop, a food preparation facility and

  • MR Feb-00#35  and 
energy. In addition, condensation run-
ning of the ship)
    February 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 35

    ships' resources to serve two functions. Heat from each vessel's engine is used to pre- heat water onboard — saving fuel and energy. In addition, condensation run- ning of the ship's air conditioning sys- tem is siphoned off to produce water for onboard laundries — thus conserving both fuel and water

  • MR Mar-01#66  
• Stop dampness from condensation 
• Reduce ventilation)
    March 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 66

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  • MR Mar-01#59 , stops 
or reduces condensation, protects 
substrates)
    March 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 59

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  • MR Mar-01#53  worldwide for thermal and 
condensation protection, Delta T)
    March 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 53

    construction. A 20-60-mil layer achieves an equivalency insulation factor of R9-15. Used on approximately 150 vessels worldwide for thermal and condensation protection, Delta T is applied with conventional airless spray equipment reducing total application costs significantly. The coating is one

  • MR Mar-01#45  VLCC as much as 12 tons of condensation can be 
created each)
    March 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 45

    walls lining the spaces filled with gas are covered in conden- sation. Rodney Towers' study suggests that in an inert- ed VLCC as much as 12 tons of condensation can be created each night. "The condensation dissolves sol- ubles in the inert gas mixture that trigger the corrosion process," Jansen explains

  • MR Apr-01#12  - ICE, FROST, SNOW, AND CONDENSATION 
ARE REMOVED IN MINUTES)
    April 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

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  • MR May-01#66  
• Stop dampness from condensation 
• Reduce ventilation)
    May 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 66

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