Rite Blowdown (Blowoff) Tanks are engineered for the safe removal of scale causing solids in process steam boilers.
These vented, heavy-duty tanks are constructed in accordance with ASME Code Section VIII, Division 1 for a maximum allowable working pressure (MAWP) of 150 PSIG @ 450° F and comply with current National Board Rules and Recommendations. Rite Blowdown Tanks may be used for intermittent blowdown service as supplied or for continuous blowdown or multiple boiler blowoff services, with the addition of an automatic or manually operated aftercooler system.
All Rite Blowdown Tanks feature tangential blowdown inlet nozzles with half-inch thick full circumference wear plates for improved blowdown performance and extended tank life over other designs. And, unlike blowdown separators that require expensive temperature regulating valves and volume cold water supply to cool their direct discharge, Rite Blowdown Tanks hold enough cooled water left over from each previous blowoff to cool and temper the next, thus ensuring a safe, low volume discharge every time you blowdown. Compare our standard features below and see why one choice stands out the Rite choice.
Rite Boilers manufactures hot water/steam boilers, feedwater, and blowdown tank systems for industrial and commercial use.