October 2005

Misc

Consider an advanced method of steam trap condition monitoring

HEINZ P. BLOCH, RELIABILITY/ EQUIPMENT EDITOR       Comments? Write: HB@HydrocarbonProcessing.com ..

HEINZ P. BLOCH, RELIABILITY/ EQUIPMENT EDITOR       Comments? Write: HB@HydrocarbonProcessing.com The steam system asset is playing an increasingly major role in determining plant profitability. As a result of steadily increasing energy prices, steam cost has more than doubled in the past few years. These higher energy costs appear to represent a new standard – as opposed to just a temporary spike – and have caused a new focus toward long-term proactive elimination of avoidable steam loss. Open steam leaks

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