Superheated steam


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steam heated to a temperature higher than the boiling point corresponding to its pressure. It can not exist in contact with water, nor contain water, and resembles a perfect gas; - called also surcharged steam, anhydrous steam, and steam gas.

See also: Steam

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Superheated Steam Food Vacuum Drying Machine to Witness Stellar Adoption Some of the leading players vying to enhance their portfolio have introduced and marketed superheated steam food vacuum drying machine in the wake of rising demand for intended drying applications across a myriad of industries.
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The first doll was the 'Diddums' doll made in 1925, by using superheated steam to force celluloid sheets into moulds.
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Taiyuan University of Technology, China, proposed an in-situ technology for the recovery of oil shale in superheated steam. Superheated steam is used to heat oil shale to achieve high heating efficiency [9-12].
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Best known in manufactured-concrete production for its Envirocure technology, CDS has unveiled the R-02 Drying System, whose reduced oxygen, superheated steam atmosphere serves as an energy-wise medium for bringing sand, gravel and stone moisture levels to zero.
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