Spirax Sarco Introduces CS10 Clean Steam Separator with Enhanced Surface Finish

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The new CS10 range offers an improved surface finish as standard and meets the latest requirements of ASME BPE guides for the biopharmaceutical, food, and medical industries

CS10 Clean Steam Separator

CS10 Clean Steam Separator with improved finish

The CS10 helps you achieve compliance and quality within your clean and pure steam system while maintaining reliable operation and minimizing maintenance and downtime costs.

Spirax Sarco has released the CS10 Clean Steam Separator with an enhanced surface finish as standard. The innovative separator has been engineered to overcome problems associated with wet steam and ensure the correct quality of steam is supplied to the point of use, preventing damage to control valves and inability to meet steam sterilization requirements.

Constructed of 316L stainless steel, the CS10 is fully traceable, ensuring steam integrity. It is designed to exceed the steam dryness value of 0.95 and features a removable internal baffle to facilitate periodic de-rouging and inspection.

The CS10 is engineered in accordance with the latest standard of ASME BPE guide for the biopharmaceutical, food, and medical industries. All elastomers are FDA regulation CFR 21, paragraph 177, section 2600 and USP class VI.

About Spirax Sarco, Inc.
Spirax Sarco is the world leader in steam system management. The Company provides a broad range of fluid control products, engineered packages, systems expertise and site services for its diverse range of over 100,000 industrial and institutional customers. The Company helps its customers to optimize production capacity, reduce energy costs and emissions, improve product quality and enhance the safety of their operations. Spirax Sarco has strategically located manufacturing plants around the world and employs approximately 4,700 people, of whom around 1,300 are direct sales and service engineers. Further information can be found at http://www.spiraxsarco.com/us.

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