Re: Steam Quality

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Posted by Tony Conner on January 24, 2000 at 08:39:33:

In Reply to: Steam Quality posted by Kyle Sexton on January 24, 2000 at 05:28:11:

: Hi,

: I'm a so-op student working at a moulding plant. We buy our steam from somewhere else, and I was curious if there's any quick and easy way to measure steam quality at various parts of the plant. (ie some sort of instrument you could insert into a pipe or something along that line) Thanks

Probably the easiest and cheapest way to determine if you in fact have wet steam is to install a steam separator at one of the smaller applications where you suspect a problem. "Wet steam" is very often a red-herring thrown out in meetings for political reasons when discussions turn to steam bills or production issues.

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