Did you know that steam plays a crucial part in the food and beverage, marine and shipbuilding, pulp and paper, oil and gas, chemicals, hospitals and power generation industries?
This is because steam is easy and economical to generate, it can be quickly transported and used in manufacturing processes where heat energy is needed.
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