The temperature of heated water can exceed when water is heated under pressure - producing superheated water than can flash to steam See BLEVE EXPLOSIONS for details However a residential steam boiler pressure is so modest (02 psi to 05 psi) that the temperature increase above 212 °F will be no more than about 220 °FGet a Quote
Benefits of Superheaters in Boilers Less steam consumption from turbines steamGet a Quote
If The steam is then described as superheated by the number of temperature degrees through which itGet a Quote
The disadvantages of superheated steam include the larger and higher temperatures than saturated steam These are the reasons that superheated steam is typically not used in heat exchangers and other indirect heating equipment especially when precise material temperature control is requiredGet a Quote
· As in a boiling water reactor the superheated steam will be supplied directly to the high pressure steam turbine and coreGet a Quote
This is called superheated steam Superheated steam has a so lowering the temperature does not revert it back to its original liquid state Dropping the temperature of saturated steam however will revert it back to its old form of water droplets Superheated steam has more energy and can work harder than saturated steam but the heat content is much less usefulGet a Quote
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