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the cost of generation and the cost of consumption. If the plant has only one steam generator (boiler), uses a single fuel, and has a single steam pressure level, it is relatively easy to assign a cost to the steam. However, in most cases, there are multiple steamGet price
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The steam-generating boiler's roots go back to the late 1700s and early 1800s with the development of the kettle-type boiler, which simply boiled water into steam. The water was placed above a fire box and then boiled into steam. It wasn't until around 1867, with the development of the convection boiler, that the steam-generating industryGet price