Sioux Expands Steam-Flo Line, Introduces SF-50

MaritimeEquipment.com
Monday, January 06, 2014
SF-50

Sioux Corporation said it offers the Steam-Flo steam generator as a reliable, economical, portable source of low-pressure steam. These generators are ideal for accelerating the curing process in precast concrete operations, heating aggregates for ready mix concrete operations, sterilizing soil, heating railcars, degassing tanks and thawing frozen pipes, culverts, etc. Sioux introduced the SF-50 to the Steam-Flo line, calling it the largest steam generator the company manufacturers.

The product line previously featured 11, 20 and 25 boiler horsepower steam generators capable of producing 370-845 Lbs (168-383 Kg) per hour of saturated steam vapor in minutes. The SF-50, a 50 boiler horsepower unit, is capable of producing up to 1,725 Lbs (782 Kg) per hour of saturated steam vapor. All Sioux Steam-Flo units operate at low pressure (15 PSI) and are available with diesel fuel, LP or natural gas fired power burners, stationary or trailer mounted options, self-contained packages and many other custom options. All Steam-Flo units are built to ASME code and are National Board registered.

The Sioux Steam-Flo is available through Sioux Corporation and Authorized Distributors of Sioux products.

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