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Swagelok Southwestern Ontario

Your Authorized Swagelok Sales and Service Center

Steam Lance

Don’t let cold weather conditions upset operations in your facility. The steam lance will help keep your process media moving when ice blocks, viscous fluids disrupt flow or solidify in a pipe. Prevent work stoppages by quickly deicing mission critical equipment, process or instrument lines — you can even clear sidewalks and overhead ice.

This versatile steam lance can even steam clean your process lines and containment vessels.

With your 1-part number order you will receive a fully-tested, ready-to-use solution. Have peace of mind knowing that no field assembly or on-the-fly solution needs to be created that might not meet your required safety standards. 

Consider how you’d like to best use this tool in the field. Your custom solution may include hoses, carts, hose reels, different valves or materials which can allow you to extend its reach
or protect components.
Certainly, your facility places safety and operational efficiency as high priorities. These custom solutions can help you reach your goals and get the job done well.


Benefits:

  • 1-part number for easy ordering
  • Quick delivery — comes to your dock ready for use
  • Safety: this product is 100% tested

Applications:

  • Clean containment vessels
  • Instant heating and cleaning of process equipment

Swagelok® Components:

  • 60 series ball valve
  • Insulated tubing
  • Heat shrink entry seal boot

Email us or call 519-336-3453 today to talk to our Custom Solutions Manager to discuss how the Steam Lance can help prevent work stoppages.

Safe Product Selection:
When selecting a product, the total system design must be considered to ensure safe, trouble-free performance. Function, material compatibility, adequate ratings, proper installation, operation, and maintenance are the responsibilities of the system designer and user.