Whenever steam is used to heat a building, it will require a way to control, monitor, and collect data from the system. This is traditionally accomplished by manually opening and closing mechanical valves. Personnel may also have to retrieve steam pressures, building temperatures, and flow data from gauges and meters throughout a building or site. These procedures are time- and labor-intensive, which makes the system costly to maintain, dangerous to personnel, and overall.

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