So how exactly do we calculate the amount of used to burn The consumption calculation need the following parameters: such as calorific value 8500kcal/m3 8-10Kpa and theoretically the gas consumption of heat = calorific value÷(Calorific value of x thermal efficiency )= 2400 000 Kcal / (8500Kcal * 094) =297m3/h here we take 4 tons of for example then theGet a Quote
· Natural gas in the natural gas service line pressure in the gas main in the street will be found at pressures from down to as low as 025 psi or about 7 inches of water column Natural gas pressure at the gas meter : Depending on the application gas meters may operate at 7" wc 05 to 20 psig or at pressures over 20 psigGet a Quote
Fuel used as a fuel for the generation of steam (or hot water) The of the steam of water in a depending on type generally expressed in pounds per square inch gauge and corresponding temperature RatingGet a Quote
· By sound of it you will either need the supply pipe from meter to boiler re-run or have the meter cranked up to a standing pressure of to give you the gas D donkeeboyGet a Quote
· Hi Rod! I would not be concerned with the unless you are having trouble with the furnace igniting properly or if the furnace sounds like a jet engine (too much ) while running Too much would make the furnace go off on limit and this would not be good Your furnace should run without going off on limitGet a Quote
gauges should be installed before and after the regulator and at the burner in order to monitor to ensure they are within the manufacturer's recommendations Editor's note : Some ASME and Vessel Code requirements may have changed because of advances in material technology and/or actual experienceGet a Quote
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