A comparison of the difference between

mist-fog type of steam,

and high-temperature steam-gas.

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Steam and Humidity

Synopsis Steam

Power Steam Jet

Steam Jet Machine

The proper high temperature steam-jet of 450°C exit

Mist / fog are a mixture of steam-gas and water droplets

Misty or Foggy

Proper high temperature steam gas has no water droplets

Steam without mist or fog

The pictures above are for the illustration of the visual difference between mist and good steam.

The nozzle-exit is at a high temperature in both pictures, however,

when the temperature is not high-enough (left), fog/mist can be seen down-stream (translucent).

When at a proper high temperature, only steam-gas (colorless) is experienced.

Mist does not possess antibacterial properties like high-temperature steam can provide.

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