If your boiler system is not using a condensate receiver, then you are missing out on an opportunity to make the system more efficient while improving its lifespan. And if you work in the HVAC industry and you install and manage boiler systems in large commercial buildings, you owe it to your clients to give them the equipment they need to operate at maximum efficiency. By capturing the condensate that the boiler gives off, instead of letting it go to waste, our industrial condensate tanks allow you to give your clients a superior system.

The Purpose of Condensate Tanks

As the boiler heats water, a substantial amount of condensation occurs. Instead of letting this valuable moisture simply evaporate, a condensate receiver, also called a condensate tank, captures it and sends it back to the boiler room so it can be reused. A condensate tank is a valuable part of an HVAC system and its benefits should not be overlooked.

The Benefits of Condensate Receivers

By capturing condensation that would otherwise go to waste, a condensate receiver brings an incredible amount of benefits to a boiler system:

  • With a condensate tank, the water temperature stays more consistent, which means lower heating bills.
  • Since the steam is being recycled, less water is necessary to keep the boiler system functioning.
  • The water captured by a condensate receiver still contains some of the boiler water treatment, so fewer chemicals need to be added.
  • A condensate receiver can also help prevent damage and corrosion to the equipment.
  • With an industrial condensate, you can ensure you are following the strict regulations regarding what can be drained into your state’s sewer system, which means you won’t have to worry about non-compliance fees.
  • Since condensate is pure—meaning there are no dissolved solids in it that you will find in regular boiler water—your system will require less blow down.

How Rema Dri-Vac’s Industrial Condensate Tanks Beat the Competition

When it comes to choosing a condensate receiver for your system, you will not find another option that is more reliable or efficient than the ones offered by Rema Dri-Vac. We only use 11-gauge, 304 stainless steel in our condensate tanks, making them much more resistant to corrosion and lighter in weight than our competitors who rely on cast iron. Additionally, the high-quality materials mean less maintenance and simpler installation. Both our duplex and simplex condensate receivers are simple to operate and include an automatic venting and flushing system. Additionally, our condensate tanks were built to flawlessly work with our Burks Pumps.

If you have a boiler system—whether in your home or in a commercial facility—a condensate receiver is an essential component to keep it operating efficiently. Save yourself time and money and install a condensate tank today. To learn more, contact Rema Dri-Vac now.

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