On today's episode of The Boiling Point, we're joined again by Jude Wolf. Jude is here to talk about superheated steam, its characteristics, and its uses.
What is Superheated Steam?
Superheated steam is when steam vapor is allowed to be heated further than 212 degrees. This is useful when using steam for mechanical purposes where you wouldn't want any condensate droplets present, and it's also useful for sending the steam long distances.
In the video, Jude demonstrates this to show how, when superheated, steam becomes invisible and the condensate droplets stop forming. Watch the video below to view the full demonstration and learn more about superheated steam.
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