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SECONDARY SEPARATORS WITHIN NUCLEAR REACTOR VESSELS (BOILING WATER REACTOR PLANTS)

Secondary Separators within Nuclear Reactor Vessels (Boiling Water Reactor Plants)

A boiling water reactor, or BWR, is a nuclear reactor used to produce electrical power. Its reactor core heats the water, which then turns to steam to power a steam turbine.

The Peerless brand Secondary Separator within Nuclear Reactor Vessels (Boiling Water Reactor Plants), or “steam dryer”, is used as the final stage of water separation within a BWR. Through years of experience and our Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) analysis, our solutions are custom-designed to ensure optimal efficiency, increased power output, and maximum performance with 99.9% steam quality.

Our separators use high capacity vane profiles, effective distribution manifolds, and efficient water removal systems to deliver maximum effect, durability, and reliability, meeting your specific requirements and environmental standards.

 

Benefits

  • Low Total Cost of Ownership
  • High reliability and efficiency
  • Optimal performance with 99.9% steam quality

 

Features

  • Established as the standard for the new two generation nuclear power plants: Westinghouse AP1000 and Areva EPR
  • Audited quality program to meet the requirements of USNRC 10CFR50, Appendix B
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