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Steam purity problems have caused operating difficulties in industrial plants for decades. Some of the problems attributed to inadequate steam purity are superheater overheating; control valve sticking; turbine deposition; erosion and corrosion; expansion joint and steam line cracking; product, catalyst, and humidified air contamination; and condensate system corrosion.

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