Today, steam quality in general is a growing concern for a lot of different industry applications. This subject is now so frequently tackled because people know that a poor steam quality can cause problems to their process or even to their final products. Until now the only measurement existing has mainly been a manual process. This manual method is time consuming, presents safety risks and is not perfectly reliable.

Armstrong’s Steam QM series provides automatic steam quality monitoring to ensure the quality of the steam meets global standards, improves steam system efficiency and increases safety.

Two Armstrong Steam Quality  Monitors are available depending on your needs.

• The Steam QM-1, dedicated to industrial and culinary steam, measures and communicates the dryness fraction to improve efficiency and increase safety.

• The Steam QM-3, dedicated to clean and pure steam in the biopharmaceutical industry to meet EN 285 protocols, measures and communicates the dryness fraction, the amount of NCG, and the superheat status.