Steam ejectors use steam or gas instead of moving parts to compress a gas. In a jet or ejector, a relatively high-pressure gas, like steam or air, expands through a nozzle converting that pressure or potential energy to velocity or kinetic energy. The jet of high-velocity steam or gas entrains the gas to be evacuated or pumped in the suction of the ejector. The resulting mixture enters the diffuser where velocity energy is converted to pressure at the ejector discharge.
Nash is globally recognized for assembling the most cost-effective steam jet and air ejectors. Application engineers ensure maximum performance benefits while optimizing a hybrid system customized to processes, applications and technology requirements. NASH steam jet and air ejectors minimize greenhouse gas emissions and operational efficiency while improving system stability.