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What exactly is Steam Quality Testing?
Steam Quality Testing Steam quality testing as defined by EN285 and HTM2010 covers 3 specific tests The Non condensible test The Dryness test The Superheat test It involves testing the physical attributes of dry saturated steam, the gaseous phase of water https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steam. It is the steam supplied to steam sterilizers. The pressure is usually in the range of 1 barG to 4.5barG. Non condensible’s Gases are the gases left after the steam has been condensed back into water. The dryness of the steam refers to the amount of condense droplets being carried in the steam as……….more
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DISCLAIMER All information and data in this blog site is for informational purposes only. We make no guarantee to the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any of the information presented. Neither TJB Systems Ltd nor any other author will be liable for any errors, omissions, losses, injuries or damages arising from use of the information provided. We offer no warranties and confers no rights. Information in these blogs are based on personal experience and opinions. Where applicable we may refer you to the regulatory standards but this does not infer they are current, salient or appropriate for the procedure or subject being discussed. The authors thoughts and opinions are subject to change from time to time as we accumulate more knowledge. We always recommend that where appropriate expert advice is taken.
Steam Quality Testing Steam quality testing as defined by EN285 and HTM2010 covers 3 specific tests The Non condensible test The Dryness test The Superheat test It involves testing the physical attributes of dry saturated steam, the gaseous phase of water https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steam. It is the steam supplied to steam sterilizers. The pressure is usually in the range of 1 barG to 4.5barG. Non condensible’s Gases are the gases left after the steam has been condensed back into water. The dryness of the steam refers to the amount of condense droplets being carried in the steam as……….more
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