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Inveno
Engineering LLC
7320 East Fletcher Ave
Tampa, FL 33637

Leaders in Steam Engineering,
Steam Optimization and Reliability

To manufacture products of the highest quality, you need steam systems that offer unparalleled performance and reliability.

The steam and condensate experts at Inveno Engineering LLC have one goal: helping your plant achieve a world-class operation. Inveno can review your entire steam and condensate system from generation to distribution, from end-user processes to condensate recovery.

We are so confident our solutions will exceed your expectations that we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

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Whether you’re expanding your steam system or building a new facility, partnering with Inveno ensures your steam system is designed properly from the start. We learn your objectives, study your operations to identify and resolve problems, develop a road map to achieve your goals, and walk you through the proposed modifications.

Technical Steam Videos

STEAM TRAP STATION TESTING METHODS - TEMPERATURE AND HIGH FREQUENCY ULTRASOUND

My name is Kelly Paffel, I'm technical manager for Inveno Engineering, LLC, located in Tampa, Florida. Our firm is focused on steam and condensate systems. And today I want to talk about Steam Trap Station Testing Methods.

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Pressurized Condensate System for Industrial Plants Part 1
Pressurized Condensate System for Industrial Plants - Part 2
Pressurized Condensate System for Industrial Plants - Part 3
Steam System Thermal Cycle Efficiency - A Important Benchmark in the Steam System
Steam Safety Installation Best Practices
Steam and Condensate Leakage Causes and Corrections
How to Eliminate Electric Condensate Pump Failures
IMPORTANCE OF STEAM PERFORMANCE BALANCING
Sizing A Process Steam Trap
Steam Trap Selection and Steam Trap Station Components
Steam System Engineering - Flash Steam Recovery with a Cascade System or Thermocompressor Unit
Steam System Engineering - Steam System Meanings and Terminology
Steam System Engineering - Steam Terminology Part Two - Flash Steam, Steam Quality and Filtered Steam
Steam System Engineering - Knowing the Different Types of Steam and Terminology
Steam Overview and Why We Use Steam in Industrial Process Applications
How To Benchmark Steam Cost for Your Plant Operation
Steam System Optimization; Eliminate Steam System Corrosion First Step Deaerator Operation
Steam System Optimization; Steam and Condensate Leakage Elimination
Venting Steam is the No. 1 Largest Energy Loss In the Steam System
Steam System Optimization - How to Eliminate Steam Venting
Combustion Flame Visual Inspection
Waterhammer in Steam and Condensate Systems | Part 1/3: What is Waterhammer?
Steam and Condensate System Waterhammer | Part 2/3: The different types of Waterhammer
Steam and Condensate System Waterhammer | Part 3/3: Solutions to Waterhammer
Why Standard Operating Procedures are required for Steam Trap Station Testing
Detecting Internal Leakage on Steam Valves
Causes of Steam Leakage
Cost of Steam
Steam System Reliability Webinar Presented by Kelly Paffel
Steam Trap Testing
Steam Leakage Cost Detection Estimating Correction
Flash Steam Recovery Presented by Kelly Paffel
Industrial Boiler Installation

Steam System
Engineering Training

Inveno Engineering LLC provides Steam System Engineering Training classes designed to deliver field experience and practical knowledge to plant engineer/management personnel who work with steam systems. Our lead instructor has more than 35 years of experience in all aspects of steam systems and commands a wealth of knowledge. His detailed instruction gives attendees the in-depth knowledge they need to succeed on the job.

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Why Us?

We are steam system solution providers: our sole focus is solving our clients’ steam system issues. With every client engagement, our objective is to optimize the safety, reliability, energy usage, and overall performance of steam systems.

Inveno Engineering has a deep roster of internationally recognized experts in steam systems. Our team members apply their vast years of experience and expertise in steam system technologies when they review entire systems, so they can outline a methodical, detailed road map for improving their performance. Our innovative, thorough solutions help our clients eliminate premature failures and provide greater reliability, saving them time, resources, and money.

Although our list of clients and success stories is vast, the true measurement of our capabilities is client satisfaction, and we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Our commitment is to do more than meet our customers’ expectations: we pledge to exceed them.

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Latest Articles

High Pressurized Condensate Systems - Improving the Steam System Thermal Cycle Efficiency

The Pressurized Condensate Recovery System:

The Solution to Increasing a

The Pressurized Condensate Recovery System:

The Solution to Increasing a Steam System’s
Thermal Cycle Efficiency

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High Pressurized Condensate Systems –

Steam Balancing - The First Step in Steam System Optimization

 

Steam Balancing – First Step in Steam System Optimization

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Steam Balancing – First Step in Steam System Optimization

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Steam Balancing – The First Step in Steam System

How To Eliminate Steam Venting and Stop Major Energy Losses

How to Eliminate Steam Venting and Stop the Major

How to Eliminate Steam Venting and Stop the Major Energy Loss
1 OVERVIEW
With today’s competitive international market, all plants need to reduce operating costs, and

Successfully Testing Steam Traps with High Frequency Ultrasound

Successfully Testing Steam Traps
With High-Frequency Ultrasound
When using high-frequency

Successfully Testing Steam Traps
With High-Frequency Ultrasound
When using high-frequency ultrasound, the main question is where the sensitivity should be set to conduct the test

Testing Steam Traps by the Temperature Method

The relationship between steam pressure and temperature makes temperature

The relationship between steam pressure and temperature makes temperature measurement extremely helpful in understanding many different operating conditions of steam components that are found

Steam System Safety Valves

One of the most critical safety devices in a

One of the most critical safety devices in a steam system is the safety valve Safety valves protect personnel, equipment, and property from potentially

Compressed Air System Leakage Assessment in 12 Steps

Compressed air is one of the principal forms of

Compressed air is one of the principal forms of energy used
in industrial processes It is often the most expensive when
evaluated on a per-unit, energy

Four causes of water hammer and how to prevent damage

Water hammer is never normal in the steam and

Water hammer is never normal in the steam and condensate system and must be always considered extremely abnormal and totally unacceptable in today’s plant

Why Is Insulation Important In Steam System Thermal-Cycle Efficiency?

A proactive insulation-management program is critical to overall steam

A proactive insulation-management program is critical to overall steam system thermal-cycle efficiency Furthermore, because steam systems operate above 212°F (100°C) and as high as

Critical Steam System Fixes

Having a means to remove noncondensable gases and air

Having a means to remove noncondensable gases and air from a steam system is essential Air is one of the greatest insulators, and leaving

Reaching a High ROI

Adding a condensate return system to the boiler can

Adding a condensate return system to the boiler can achieve a significant return on investment for processors

When steam is blowing into the atmosphere, it

Energy Calculations for Return Condensate

Returning condensate to the boiler operation is great step

Returning condensate to the boiler operation is great step toward improving energy efficiency But how do you know if the costs are justified? An