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CONDENSATE: Any time steam releases its latent heat energy, the steam converts back into liquid. This transformation of steam to condensate will occur in a radiator heating a room, a heat exchanger making hot water, a pipe transferring steam over long distances, or any other process that uses steam.

AIR: Before the steam is turned on, and the system is cold, air will exist in all of the pipes and process equipment, such as radiators and heat exchangers. This air must be removed from the entire system to allow the steam to enter and reach its intended points of use.
Used for returning the hot condensate back to the feedwater holding tank in the boiler room. Pumps are required to overcome gravity, pressure drops from long piping runs, and back pressures in return lines. They are either electrically-driven centrifugal pumps or pressure motive pumps (PMPs) that use steam pressure as the motive force to pump the condensate.
Regulators
simple, cost-effective valves used for:
• Reducing Pressure (PRV)
• Controlling Temperature
• Controlling Back Pressure

Unlike control valves, regulators are self-powered
Control Valves are used to regulate the flow of steam, water or other fluids to maintain a process such as heating water with steam or cooling down a process using chilled water. 
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