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Published in Ames .
Written in English

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  • Steam-pipe coverings.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsCammack, A., Woodman, Forrest E.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTJ427 .I6
The Physical Object
Pagination19 p.
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL177553M
LC Control Numbera 17001017
OCLC/WorldCa29120796

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For an economical and energy efficient way to For an economical and energy efficient way to help prevent your pipes from freezing consider using the Armacell Armaflex 3/4 in. x 6 ft. Rubber Self-Seal Pipe Wrap Insulation. This rubber insulation helps protect your copper and iron pipes against mold and condensation. More + Product Details Close. Lengths of insulation can be cut to size. Fittings such as tees and elbows are also available for steam pipe insulation. Replacing your pipe insulation is one of best ways to achieve energy efficiency in a steam system and can typically reduce energy losses by %. Recommended Velocities in Steam Systems - The steam velocity in a steam distribution system should be within certain limits to avoid excessive wear and tear; Sizing Steam Pipes - Steam is a compressible gas where pipe line mass flow capacity depends on steam pressure. Dimensions are nominal and except where noted are in inches. Pipe Material and Thickness —For saturated steam pressures not exceeding pounds, all pipe over 14 inches should be 3 ⁄ 8 inch thick O. D. pipe. All other pipe should be standard full weight, except high pressure feed and blow-off lines, which should be extra strong.. For pressures above pounds up to pounds with.

external pipe leaks, tube leaks, or leaks from adjacent equipment. After steam lines are insulated, changes in heat flows can influence other parts of the steam system. Example In a plant where the fuel cost is $ per million Btu ($/MMBtu), a survey of the steam system identified 1, feet (ft) of bare 1-inch-diameter steam line, andFile Size: KB. For nominal pipe size NPS 6 and smaller, Schedule 40 (sometimes called 'standard weight') is the lightest that would be specified for steam applications. Only Schedules 40 and 80 cover the full range from NPS 1/2 up to NPS 24 and are the most commonly used schedule for steam pipe installations. SECTION 2 INSULATION MATERIALS AND PROPERTIES MP-4 l. Fire retardancy: Flame spread and smoke developed ratings are of vital importance; referred to as "surface burning characteristics". m. Resistance to ultraviolet light: Significant if application is outdoors and high intensity indoors. n. Resistance to fungal or bacterial growth: Is important in all insulation Size: KB. Causes of wet insulation include leaking valves, external pipe leaks, tube leaks, or leaks from adjacent equipment. Operation Example: In a plant where the value of steam is $/MMBtu, a survey of the steam system identified 1, feet of bare 1-inch diameter steam line, and feet of bare 2-inch line both operating at psig.