PSG Plant - Pure Steam Generation System

A PSG (Pure Steam Generation) plant, also known as a Pure Steam Generation System, is a specialize water treatment system used in industries such as pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and healthcare to produce high-quality steam for various applications, including sterilization, equipment cleaning, and humidification.

Process Steps

Pretreatment: The pretreatment stage involves the removal of suspend solids, particulate matter, and large contaminants from the feed water using processes such as filtration or clarification. 
Reverse Osmosis (RO): Reverse osmosis is commonly use in PSG plants to remove dissolve solids, minerals, and impurities from the water. 
Electrodeionization (EDI): The EDI process may be employed after reverse osmosis to further remove residual ions and achieve high-purity water. 
Distillation: Distillation is a critical step in the PSG process. It involves heating the purifie water to its boiling point and then condensing the vapor to produce pure steam. 
Storage and Distribution: Once the pure steam is generate, it is typically store in a dedicate PSG storage tank under controll conditions to maintain its quality. 

Significance & Advantages

Pure steam generated by the PSG plant is use in a range of applications that require high-quality steam, such as sterilization of equipment and materials, steam-in-place (SIP) processes for cleaning and disinfection, and humidification in controll environments.

The PSG plant plays a critical role in industries where the quality and purity of steam are paramount to maintain product quality, patient safety, and regulatory compliance.