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December 15, 2007

Chementator: With These Turbines, Waste Energy Can Now Be Recovered from Saturated Steam

Traditionally, the cogeneration of steam and electricity has been restricted to plants that generate superheated steam, making the recovery of energy losses from saturated steam impossible for many industrial sites ranging from distilleries to pharmaceutical...

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