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Steam Conditioning Valve

A steam conditioning valve, also known as a steam desuperheating valve or steam converting valve, plays a vital role in steam systems by simultaneously reducing the pressure and temperature of steam to a desired level in a single unit. This ensures optimal performance and efficiency in various industrial applications.
Steam Conditiong Valve


Steam Engioneering Products - Steam Conditioning Valve
Size Range

2- 500 NPS

Body Materials

A182F12, A182F22, A182F91, or F92.

Temperature Range

upto 620 C

Stem Materials

A182F12, A182F22, A182F91, or F92.

Maximum Allowable Operating Pressure

ANSI 150#–ANSI 4500#

Shutoff Rating

class V or MSS SP-61


Up to 25:1 for the complete valve


ASME, PED, IBR, CRN, ISO 9001/14001


Pneumatic, hydraulic or electrical


Quick change type seat, Erosion resistant trim with long cage, Expanded outlet, Live load gland seal packings

  • Fully customizable inlet, outlet connections
  • Complies with the following standards: ASME, EN, PED
  • Forged valve body with uniform thickness and trim design optimized to withstand thermal cycling
  • High shut-off class
  • Great rangeability
  • Pressure reduction and desuperheating optimized for each application
  • Smaller actuating forces
  • Simple and quick maintenance
  • Easily exchangeable seat as option for further reduced maintenance downtime


    • Simplified System Design: The combined functionality eliminates the need for separate pressure reduction and desuperheating stations, reducing complexity and installation costs.
    • Improved Efficiency: Precise control of steam pressure and temperature ensures optimal performance in downstream equipment and processes, minimizing energy waste.
    • Enhanced Process Control: Consistent and reliable steam conditions delivered by the valve contribute to predictable and efficient operation in various steam-based applications.
    • Reduced Maintenance Needs: Having a single unit for both pressure and temperature control simplifies maintenance procedures compared to managing separate systems.
    • Space Savings: The compact design of the steam conditioning valve minimizes the required footprint compared to separate pressure reduction and desuperheating equipment.


    • Required inlet steam pressure and temperature
    • Desired outlet steam pressure and temperature
    • Maximum steam flow rate
    • Control system integration needs
    • They are typically controlled through automated systems using a combination of pressure and temperature sensors, along with a control valve to regulate steam flow and water injection.
    • Regular inspection and maintenance are crucial for optimal performance. This may include checking the control valve function, water injection system, and internal components as per the manufacturer’s recommendations.

    • Simplified system design
    • Reduced footprint and installation costs
    • Easier maintenance
    • Improved efficiency and process control


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