Steam Quality Test | Kits

Steam quality testing equipment, that use samples of steam to determine the values of Non-condensable gases, the Dryness fraction and Superheat,

SQ1E Top of the line Steam Quality test kit Sample Cooler

SQ1E

• Top of the line steam quality test kit for Tri-clover test points
• Air cooled Non Condensible Gas Test, no cooling water needed.
• Electric water vacuum level adjustment
• Supplied in a robust case
• Wheels for portability, includes a retractable hand
• Folding shelving included for convenient testing
• Includes the test equipment for the Dryness test and Superheat test
• Optional cases for the Balance and Temperature meter

SQ1P Our most popular Steam Quality Test Kit

SQ1P

• Our most popular test equipment
• Water cooled
• Manual vacuum Level Adjustment
• Compact, all in one case
• Includes the test equipment for the Dryness test and Superheat test
• Optional carry case for the Balance and Temperature meter
• Suitable for Tri-clover connections

SQ1T Basic Steam Quality Test Kit

SQ1T

• Our most basic version
• Water cooled
• Manual vacuum Level Adjustment
• Compact, all in one case
• Includes the test equipment for the Dryness test and Superheat test
• Optional carry case for the Balance and Temperature meter
• Suitable for threaded connections

Steam quality testing as defined by EN285

– Non condensable test
– Dryness test
– Superheat test

Performing tests involve establishing the physical attributes of dry saturated steam, the gaseous phase of water https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steam
It is the steam supplied to steam sterilizers.

Non-Condensable Gas

Non-condensable gases are the gases entrained in steam that do not condense back into water when the steam is cooled below its boiling point.Range limit is 0-3.5%

Dryness

Steam dryness fraction is a value used to quantify the amount of water within the steam. For example if steam contains 5% water by mass, it’s said to be 95% dry, or have a dryness fraction of 0.95. Range limit is 0.95 to 1.0

Superheat

The Superheat value is the temperature of the steam as it goes from steam line pressure to atmospheric pressure.Range limit less than 25 °C above the boiling point of water at your altitude.