How to optimize your steam system

Overview:

This white paper identifies three guiding principles that will allow steam system operators to address several areas where thermal efficiencies can be enhanced.

Half of all fuel consumed by American industry is burned specifically to produce steam. It is used to heat raw materials, treat semi-finished products, provide power to equipment, heat facilities, and generate electricity. Despite steam's extensive use, modern industrial steam systems often have an overall system thermal efficiency rate lower than 50%. This white paper identifies three guiding principles that will allow steam system operators to address several areas where thermal efficiencies can be enhanced to lessen energy consumption, lower maintenance costs, and reduce environmentally harmful emissions.

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