I am installing an EZHeater, which is a steam injection device, to generated tempered water. This is similar to a Pick heater, with which you may be familar. I will be using 250 psig steam, and the heater will be designed for 300 psig. The upstream steam is limited to under 300 psig. I considered installing a curtesy RV in the line, but this seems like a waste. Any thoughts would be welcome.
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