From Experience: Vapor Emission Calculations in a Flash

When a liquid being pumped under pressure leaks into a room accidentally, it often will also “flash” vapor into the room’s atmosphere. Calculating this flash can be important in incident reporting (e.g., heated Clean-in-Place (CIP) solution leaks), or in determining unnecessary heat loads to a refrigerated space (e.g., due to condensate return or hot water leaks). The January edition of Hixson’s From Experience newsletter breaks down the formula for flash calculations, with a step-by-step guide. Check it out today!


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