What is the difference between superheated water and steam in industrial boilers?

Water is used for different industrial processes at various temperatures. That is why there are three different types of boilers:

• Hot water boilers, which are those for home and institutional use, for heating and domestic hot water, with temperatures not exceeding 110 ºC.

• Superheated water boilers are those that use water at a temperature higher than its boiling point (110 ºC - 374 ºC). The water must be kept liquid in these boilers, which is why they operate at higher pressure to prevent it from evaporating.

•Steam boilers are those that enable water to evaporate and circulate for industrial use as gas.

ATTSU designs, manufactures and installs all three types of boilers, for all kinds of applications and sectors.