Steam Superheaters

Superheaters convert saturated steam, which can more easily revert back to a liquid state, into superheated steam, which remains in a gaseous form. This has distinct advantages in certain types of energy production—for example, superheated steam is better suited for use as an energy source in a reciprocating engine than as a heat source. In your steam boiler system, there are different types of superheaters that you can use, and it’s based on where inside the system they are located.