Posted by Joe Lambert on October 12, 2001 at 05:53:01:
In Reply to: supersteam posted by Lez Marsden on October 09, 2001 at 05:49:08:
You have two choices to get steam at 230C or about 450F. This temperature relates to about 400 psig steam. This is considered high pressure and it may not work in your application. The other option is to use superheated steam. Basically you can heat up any pressure steam hotter than its saturation temperature. So, for example, you can heat up 15 psig steam (which is normally at about 250F) up to the 450F that you need. There is an electric boiler manufacturer that makes a superheater for this type of work. Check out the web site:
Or e-mail me and I will send you info.
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