If your process involves sterilization, humidification and accurate temperature control, then steam is the most appropriate and efficient energy transfer fluid available even where relatively small quantities are consumed.
For example, hospitals mainly require hot water for heating, but also require steam for sterilization. In this case steam offers both options and you may be surprised how efficiently both can be created. A modern, well designed and maintained steam system offers high operating efficiencies and low running costs for your process needs with a very attractive return on investment.
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Jon Lye is a Spirax Sarco steam expert with more than 30 years of experience in the Oil, Gas and Chemicals industry and shares his knowledge in this blog about the 5 ways to mitigate risk and reduce cost in your oil, gas and chemical steam system.
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