Steam Tank

A steam tank, also known as a steam accumulator or steam storage tank, is a vessel used to store steam under pressure for various industrial applications. These tanks are commonly used in steam systems to provide a reserve of steam that can be quickly released when there is a sudden demand for steam in the system.

The steam tank is typically constructed from high-quality steel and is designed to withstand the pressure of the steam stored inside. It is equipped with safety valves and pressure gauges to ensure safe operation and prevent overpressure.

In industrial processes where steam demand fluctuates, a steam tank can help maintain a steady supply of steam to meet sudden increases in demand without the need for additional boilers to be brought online. This can help improve energy efficiency and reduce operating costs by allowing boilers to operate at optimal efficiency levels.

Steam tanks are commonly used in industries such as food processing, chemical processing, textile manufacturing, and power generation. They play a vital role in providing reliable and efficient steam supply for various industrial processes, contributing to the overall productivity and performance of steam systems.