Steam humidification is considered essential for most process (e.g., semi- conductor manufacturing, printing) and health applications. Given the energy and water wasted when steam is dispersed into cool air streams and the significant number of large buildings this affects, the time to improve the energy efficiency and water consumption of steam-humidification systems has come. This article will discuss recent advances in steam-dispersion-tube insulating materials and provide data ...

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