· Traditionally -tube boilers were used for -capacity boilers however with the advent of low-mass and condensing boilers a tube configuration has become more common for low-capacity boilers The tubes for these smaller boilers are made of a corrosion resistant material Fire-tube boilers have diameter tubes locatedGet a Quote
· The makeup can be quite if condensate from steam utilized for process heating is not returned to the unit(s) The most common core process is reverse osmosis (RO) followed by either mixed-bed ion exchange (MBIX) or electrodeionization (EDI) to polish the RO effluent especially for high-pressure steam generatorsGet a Quote
The Large Volume Storage Tanks are designed for water Glass lining is applied to the interior surface of the steel providing a tough wear resistant lining which minimizes the effects of high temperature hot water The storage tanks are equipped with anode rods for protection and longer service lifeGet a Quote
· Cast iron radiators require about 14 liters of hot water per kW of heat output (1 KW or kilowatt = 3412 BTUs) For North Americans 1 gall = Fan coil heaters use about 8 liters of water per KW of heat output Heating baseboards and heating convectors (finned copper tubing) require about 6 liters of hot water per KW of heat outputGet a Quote
With pressure capacity up to 1500 psig and the ability to generate saturated or superheated steam tube boilers are commonly used throughout the power generation industry to drive turbines "D" type watertube boilers are available from 10000 PPH to over 500000 PPH withGet a Quote
Water-tube boilers tend to be higher rated perhaps of steam This means that even a small percentage blowdown can represent a high mass to be blown down Water-tube boilers tend to operate at higher pressures usually up to 150 bar g The higher the pressure the greater the energy contained in the blowdown waterGet a Quote
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