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  • 25.10.13 Posted in Boilers By Admin

    There are two primary ways to feed water into boiler; off/on operation of pumps or modulating feedwater using continuous run pumps.

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  • 25.10.13 Posted in Boilers By Admin

    Boiler Losses can add up in a big hurry. The data is an average range for losses. Fuel to steam efficiency is BTUs burned compared to BTUs delivered to your facility.

     

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  • 25.10.13 Posted in Boilers By Admin

    Prices and availability for natural gas as well as number 2 fuel oil remain uncertain over the coming months. The key is to have as many alternate fuel options as possible for your facility and also increase onsite storage to longer terms such as a 30 day or more supply.

     

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  • 25.10.13 Posted in Boilers By Admin

    Recent weather related events in the Gulf have exposed a serious problem with energy sources. Gasoline is an issue for the news media to deal with in their reporting. What is lacking is real information for facilities such as you operate.

     

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  • 25.10.13 Posted in Boilers By Admin

    Comparing fuel costs to operate your facility is a great way to save money. As an example, consider the following options to generate steam with a boiler

     

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  • 25.10.13 Posted in Boilers By Admin

    Many factors affect boiler efficiency including combustion and boiler load. Boiler efficiency is a bell curve shape with maximum efficiency of 78-81% in the 50-75% load range depending on boiler age, etc. Over 75% for extended periods you are over firing the boiler which throws heat up the stack.

     

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