Even the most well-built aerator can suffer from problems. This is why it is good to know tips on how to troubleshoot them when they begin to malfunction. Here are some top expert tips that can have the deaerator trays up and function again in no time at all.
- If the oxygen seems to be too high in the deaerator, then there could be a number of issues at play. There could be a stabilization period that is insufficient for the deaerator being used. The spray valves could be malfunctioning or the function being proposed could be outside of the scopes of the limitations of the deaerator. Some possible fixes are checking for any fittings which may be loose, making sure the conditions of the design match up with what it is trying to be used for, and shutting the scavenger off.
- If you find that there is far too much fluctuation in the pressure being offered, this is a dead giveaway that the deaerator is being used in scopes which are outside of its range. Make sure to read all of the guidelines from the manufacturer about the parameters in which the deaerator may or not be used.
- If the steam flow is insufficient or if the thermometer is giving readings which are inaccurate, there could be a few underlying reasons. The first reasons may be because the calibration is off. Make sure that the deaerator is calibrated on a regular basis to ensure proper functioning. Also, make sure to check the steam supply. If the steam supply is low, it may very well throw off some of the gauges.
These are just a few of the tips which may be used to ensure that the deaerator is working as it should. Follow these suggestions and you should be back in business in no time at all.