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Steam consumes energy and therefore is an asset to your business. An asset that you should have a vested interest to protect. In order to do so, it should be inspected regularly to ensure it is functioning as designed. Faulty steam traps can cause downtime or worse, slowly consume more energy to keep running. In this presentation we explain the generally accepted methods for effective steam trap inspection and why you shouldn't rely on temperature alone to evaluate the condition of a steam trap.


1) Steam is an investment that you have to protect.
2) Generally accepted methods for effective steam trap testing.
3) Never rely solely on temperature to evaluate the condition of a steam trap.

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