History of pelleting - Feed Strategy

steam generator, which replaced traditional tube boilers (McEllhiney, 1987; 1988). Direct-fired steam generators use combustion fuel—propane or natural gas—and air to produce steam. These units require less start-up time than traditional boilers because the

Superheated Steam Generators - Micropyretics Heaters …

Steam generators are very rapid acting (produce steam within seconds). Superheated steam often leads to a reduction in the number of boilers, a reduction in the feed water usage, reduction in boiler load, improvement in the process timing, a reduction in the reagents, and …