Steam has come a long way from its traditional connection with locomotives and the Industrial Revolution. Today, steam is an indispensable and important part of modern technology. Without it, our food, textile, chemical, medical, electricity, heating and transportation industries would not exist or function like them. Steam offers a way to transport controllable energy from a central automated boiler room to the point of use, where it can be generated efficiently and economically up to the point of use. Therefore, when steam moves around a plant, it can likewise be considered a transport and supply of energy. For many reasons, steam is one of the most widely used commodities for transporting thermal energy. It is popular throughout the industry and is suitable for a wide range of tasks from mechanical power production to space heating and process applications.