It is with great excitement that we write to inform you that on June 1st, 2020 Steam Supply, LLC will be relocating to a new facility located in Woodinville, WA. After a long history of success within the city limits of Seattle we are ready for a change that will take us to Eastside of Lake Washington. We will be maintaining our current levels of inventory at our new location with room for growth and are looking forward to continue servicing all our loyal customers.
We will be transitioning to the new location during the Month of May, and will be open for business at our current Seattle location until May 29, 2020. On June 1, 2020 we will be Opening for business at our new location in Woodinville.
Our phone numbers and fax number will remain the same –
PH: 206-716-4800 / 866-796-4800 / FX 206-766-8900
NEW PHYSICAL and MAILING ADDRESS
STEAM SUPPLY, LLC
19510 - 144th AVENUE NE, SUITE D-12
WOODINVILLE, WA 98072
We would like to send a sincere thank you to all of our customers and vendors for the many years of support, collaboration, and friendship while we have been in Seattle. We plan to continue all of these relationships and hope that from our new location, we will be able to serve you better than ever!
Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns, we want to make the transition as smooth as possible for all parties and are excited for the future. Please come visit us at our new home when the time comes!
Welcome to the new Steamsupply.com website. Take a look around to see the variety of products and services we can provide to help your facility. Check back for updates and information on new products and industry news. Don't forget to visit the "Customer Tools" section to order a copy of our Catalog. Thanks for stopping by!
Have you been experiencing issues with your steam heat exchange equipment. You might be seeing a "Stall" scenario. Steam traps discharge condensate based on differential pressure. The inlet pressure to the trap must be higher than the back pressure at the outlet of the trap in order to drain condensate. If there is a negative pressure differential, condensate may back up into your heat exchange and other equipment. This can cause water hammer, failed tube bundles, and difficulties meeting heating demands. It may be caused by the presence of vacuum, a fluctuating differential pressure, or a constant negative differential pressure. Check out the video below presented by SPIRAX SARCO, it explains the how and why of stall, and provides solutions. We can help address any "Stall" scenario you might be experiencing.