Pressurized Condensate Systems: Increasing Steam System Thermal Cycle Efficiency

Pressurized Condensate Systems: Increasing Steam System Thermal Cycle Efficiency


Pressurized condensate systems can provide plants with a minimum of between 5% and 35% savings in fuel costs when compared to a conventional, atmospherically vented condensate system. This offers a substantial opportunity for a facility to increase plant profitability. The pressurized condensate system is not a luxury; rather, it is a necessary component to maximize and increase steam system efficiency.

During this webinar, attendees will learn the benefits of pressurized condensate systems, different application methods and equipment, and how to control and apply it to a new or existing system.

  • Providing savings in fuel costs
  • Increasing plant profitability
  • Maximizing steam system efficiency


Level: Beginner


Sean Lobdell
Director of Sales - Packaged Boiler

Sean Lobdell joined the Cleaver-Brooks team in January of 2013 and is currently the Director of Sales for Packaged Boiler. 


Kelly Paffel
Technical Manager
Inveno Engineering LLC

Kelly has over 40 years of experience in steam and power operations and is an experienced lecturer who has published many technical papers on the topics of steam system design and operation.

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"Very good information and a good perspective on energy saving and emission reduction opportunities available in industrial process plants." 

"Good webinar, very informative."