Stork Thermeq Deaerator

Together with Protorc3D we developed a 3D printed scale model of a Stork Thermeq industrial deaerator for showcase uses. I’m responsible for all the 3D drawings to be able to print the many parts with different 3D printing techniques.

In real life this piece of machinery is used to remove air from water that is used in large industrial applications. By removing the air the corrosion to the piping system is greatly reduced.

This model is now shown to potential clients all over the world.

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