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Every plant has fittings. Whether this is a process plant or a plant which produces food, and whether you work on board a ship, in a sewage treatment plant or in (petro) chemistry, fittings are part of any plant that works with gases, liquids or powders.
Steam is often regarded as outdated and associated with steam locomotives, among other things. However, the reality is that more than 80% of production companies use steam as their main energy source. In addition to its application as a heat transport medium, steam is also used as a driver in thermal power plants. Steam is therefore definitely not obsolete, but also offers plenty of opportunities well into the 21st century!
Consultants and installers regularly deal with steam systems. Besides the correct installation of the fittings, the design of the steam pipeline network must also be optimal. In order to properly design this pipeline network, the engineers must have a good knowledge of the regulations, pipeline diameter calculations, points of attention in the assembly and selection of materials and fittings within the current laws and regulations.
One of the most essential conditions for the continuity of the production process is the uninterrupted operation of the boiler plant. But faults in the energy production happen all too often due to sludge formation, corrosion and scale deposits. This results in substantial losses, which leads to high energy costs.
Existing, but also new drinking water systems rarely operate optimally because they are designed according to traditional rules and customs. The result: pressure and temperature fluctuations that have a negative impact on comfort. In addition, there is a high risk of the growth of Legionella bacteria in installations for warm but especially cold tap water.