Low-pressure steam systems
Steam systems use the physical properties of the liquid water/water vapour two-phase system. The large amount of heat supplied when water evaporates (enthalpy of evaporation) is released again during condensation in heat exchangers, enabling large amounts of heat to be transported.
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Steam systems in practical applications
The advantages of a steam system over a hot water heating system primarily relate to the fact that a steam system works at a higher energy level. These properties are used above all for systems with a high degree of heat transformation, such as district heating systems and industrial processes. However, the increased technical work involved in setting up and operating the system results in disadvantages too.