INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE
We can provide our customers with installation services for any item we sell, from valves to heat exchangers. Also, we repair everything we sell, either in-house or through specialized vendors.
- Heat Exchangers
- and more
- Everything we sell
- In our own workshops
- Also in specialized workshops
A malfunctioning steam trap is difficult to detect, since they are hermetic equipment whose malfunctioning can easily go unnoticed unless it causes a decrease in performance or increases fuel consumption. Both cases, however, make it hard to attribute the problems to a particular trap’s poor condition.
When the fault is detected, it is because it has grown so large that its effects already appear to be harmful; though the problems began much earlier. This is why predictive maintenance is the best solution: periodic monitoring of traps with a system that allows problems to be detected at an early stage and repairing or replacing malfunctioning traps.
Steam installation regulatory compliance.
Energy consumption of gas/other fuel related to steam.
Steam installation analysis.
Proposals for improving energy efficiency.
Installations on racks
Seditesa’s extensive experience in the field of steam and heat exchange, in general, enables us to design, construct, and deliver assembled and ready-to-use solutions to our customers. In general, there are three types of installations, on which a wide variety of variants can be implemented: installations for hot water production using steam as the heating source, installations for recovering condensates, and special installations.
Many industries, especially the food industry, require fast and reliable hot water production.
Steam-consuming installations retain approximately 25% of the primary energy consumed in their condensate, therefore condensate recovery is critical to achieving maximum energy efficiency.
Based on our extensive experience in steam technology and thermal processes in general, SEDITESA is capable of designing and constructing rack-mounted equipment that can perform one or more processes simultaneously or sequentially.