Abstract: Steam is the most energy efficient, reliable and flexible way to transfer heat within most food processing operations. This chapter discusses the differences between plant, filtered and clean steam and the various issues that affect their quality and purity. It summarises the best practices in steam system design, operation and maintenance that will help prevent contamination problems affecting food quality in the future. Food manufacturers should take pains to identify and control potential steam system contamination.

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