How Deaerators Work (Engineering)


32 Replies to “How Deaerators Work (Engineering)”

  1. Thank you very much

    Some of the diarators have a line connected between the steam line (diarators inlet) with the diarator it self with a check valve.

    What is the function of this arrangement?

  2. Glad you guys are back. I'm not sure if this kind of video is in your wheelhouse, but I haven't found a good video on how High Voltage Power Circuit Breakers work. Like the ones that are filled with Sulfur Hexafluoride and disconnect Power Plant Generators from the Grid, or the ones located in a High Voltage Switching Station. If you know how those work and can make a video, or series of videos for them, that would be outstanding. Also, I've found videos on how Power Plant Generators work, but it would be nice to hear your explanation of it. Also, if you could do a video on a Synchronous Condenser, and how it works, that would be excellent as well.

  3. We are now 3 hours deep into your videos, and I must say these are incredibly well explained the details in your videos are phenomenal. Subscribed with all notifications on. Keep up the great work!

  4. Would a wick system be useful in turning steam into liquid or would that tend to plug up over time? Or perhaps you need a higher flow rate in which any wick system would serve to slow the process down and add to much resistance.

  5. Perfect perfect perfect video. My suggestion for a video would be : the internal layout & operation of a multi stage flash unit (desalination). Thanks in advance.

  6. By far the best explanation I have ever come across! Thank you very much, sir. You've got one more subscriber here.

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