In everyday language, the term steam or water vapour is understood to mean the visible part that results from the condensation of water contained in steam, similar to a cloud or fog. In technical usage, we tend to speak of saturated steam (dry steam), which is used to transport energy. The areas of application are many and varied and are used in the most diverse areas of industry and building services.
With our tool, we provide you with an aid to calculate the pressure at which water changes its state of aggregation.
All information without guarantee, errors and omissions excepted.
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