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GEM (A Thermal Energy International Company)


GEM (A Thermal Energy International Company) has published these technical articles:

(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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The job of a steam trap is to trap, or hold, steam within the steam system while draining condensate out of it. It sounds simple, but a steam trap also has to: * Vent air and non-condensable gases at... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Recently particulate matter, and in particular that smaller than 2.5 microns (PM2.5) has garnered attention due to attributed health effects as demonstrated by associated increased hospital admissions... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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This article presents a project profile of the installation of Flu-Ace low temperature exhaust heat recovery which reulted in millions of dollars in energy savings for this plant.... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Unlike mechanical traps with valves and mechanisms, GEM Traps have nothing to impede air venting through at start up. Thus, air vents through the orifice at high velocity, during start up. So GEM do... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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This article summarizes a detailed University research program which demonstrated the superior effciency of GEM Venturi Orifice Traps over traditional mechanical traps.... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Over the last century steam traps have developed with various automatic valve arrangements using buckets, floats, thermostatic and thermodynamic valve arrangements. These traps all have moving parts... (View Full Article)

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