Spirax Sarco Releases Latest Issue of Steam News Magazine

May 5, 2014
Quarterly digital publication covers problem solving for engineers in fuels and chemicals market.

Spirax Sarco’s latest digital issue of Steam News is available. The quarterly digital publication features educational information for engineers about problem solving in the fuels and chemicals market.

Highlights of the issue include:

  • Growth in the fuels and chemicals market and how oil refineries, petrochemical and chemical plants are anticipating growth from North American shale opportunities.
  • Different steam project installation options and the strategies required to have a successful steam project.\Information on biofuels, where they are used and their downsides.
  • The differences between good cavitation and bad cavitation.

Additional content includes industry editorial, training opportunities, product innovations, energy saving tips, maintenance tips and information designed to help improve plant production, sustainability and energy efficiency.

To download the April 2014 issue of SteamNews go to: http://bit.ly/zYjZsw.  An app version of SteamNews is also available via the Apple store. It features additional information about Spirax Sarco Design of Fluid Systems: Steam Utilization and Hook-Ups books.

For more information, visit: www.spiraxsarco.com/us.

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