Steam and Condensate - A basic overview of a steam system - The Boiler House

When steam condenses, its volume is dramatically reduced, which results in a localised reduction in pressure. This pressure drop through the system creates the flow of steam through the pipes. The steam generated in the boiler must be conveyed through the pipework …

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Flash Steam | TLV - A Steam Specialist Company (Worldwide)

Flash steam is no different from normal steam, it is just a convenient name used to explain how the steam is formed. Normal or "live" steam is produced at a boiler, steam generator, or waste heat recovery generator – whereas flash steam occurs when high pressure / high temperature condensate is exposed to a large pressure drop such as when exiting a steam trap.

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