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STEAM SPECIALITY CALCULATORS

  • Allows easy calculation of flash steam loss and associated energy cost.
  • Values from "Properties of Saturated Steam Tables" automatically considered – no need to look up information.
  • Allows user input of their actual cost of steam.
  • Calculates energy loss on an hourly and annual basis.
  • Allows calculation of energy savings by operating steam equipment at a lower pressure.
  • Calculates required flash tank size.
  • Allows quick sizing of steam lines, showing steam velocities and pressure drop in calculated pipe size
  • Values from "Weight-Flow Rate" and "Velocity of Steam" charts automatically considered – no need to look up information.
  • Calculates approximate pipe size
  • Calculates steam velocity and pressures drop per 100 feet of calculated pipe size
  • Allows quick sizing of condensate return lines
  • Values from "Weight-Flow Rate" and "Velocity of Steam" charts automatically considered – no need to look up information.
  • Calculates approximate return pipe size
  • Allows easy calculation of flash steam loss and associated energy cost through a failed steam trap.
  • Values from "Properties of Saturated Steam Tables" automatically considered – no need to look up information.
  • Calculates energy loss on an hourly basis.
  • Calculates cost of steam loss on an annual basis.

    • Java and Google Chrome Issue:

        To use these calculators, please use Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer or Safari web browsers

        Google Chrome no longer supports the technology required for that Java applets that these calculators require.

        The Java plug-in for web browsers relies on the cross platform plugin architecture NAPI, which has been supported by all major web browsers for over a decade.
        Google's Chrome version 45 ended the support for NPAPI, impacting plugins for the STEAM SPECIALTY CALCULATORS.

        If you have problems accessing Java applications using Chrome, Oracle recommends using Microsoft Edge (Windows) or Safari (Mac OS X) instead.

        Java - Adding Sites to Exceptions List:

        There are two changes that may be required to use Java applications as a result of the Java 7 update 51 release.

        After updating to Java 7 update 51 or later, you may need to make a few changes to get it working with certain applications. The first of these changes is to set the security
        level to High. The second change is to add the https://rcwapp.xyleminc.com/ URL to the exception list. Both of these changes can be done in the Java Control panel.

        Setting the Java Security Level and adding the URL to the Exception List

        1. Go to the Java Control Panel: ...
        2. Navigate to the Security Tab. ...
        3. Press the 'Edit Site List' button to get the dialog that will allow you to add the https://rcwapp.xyleminc.com/ URL to the Exception Site List.

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