When steam becomes reusable

The area of steam is special, because the temperatures involved demand particularly hard-wearing products. That is why we have developed a range of products designed specifically for transporting steam. The system is called HT (High Temperature), and features two pipes: one to handle the supply side – i.e. the steam – and the other to carry the condensation that flows back in the other direction.

The water used to make steam is relatively expensive because it contains neither salt nor minerals; it therefore makes sense to reuse it. As steam is also expensive to generate, it must be insulated and reused as far as possible to keep energy loss to a minimum. For this reason, our processes for establishing and insulating steam pipes show consideration for people and the environment, and take into account the dimension of optimal energy consumption.