A boiler chimney is a structure manufactured for venting hot flue gases from a boiler to the outside atmosphere.
Steam and hot water radiators are commonly used in the industry to produce clean hot air for drying applications.
Fuel Oil Ring Mains & OPH Stations
These ore preparatory units for combustion of heavy fuel oil in fired heaters and boilers. One of the pre-requisites of efficient combustion of heavy oil is fine atomization, for which heavy oil needs to be heated.
Heat Recovery Units
Custom built economizers, steam generators, hot water generators, thermic fluid heaters and air preheaters can be offered to work on exhaust flame bases generated by diesel engines, furnaces, boilers and other fired units
Multi Cyclone Dust Collectors
fuels in boiler furnaces invariably contain high level of particulate emission, depending upon fuel composition and combustion controls.
Air & Water Pre-Heaters
To improve thermal efficiency of medium to large capacity solid fuel fired boilers, the forced draft combustion or is pre-heated by the hot flue gases from boiler in large tubular heat exchangers known as air pre-heaters.
Steam Pressure Reducing Stations
Standard steam boilers are usually designed and operated at 7 or 10 bar steam pressure, whereas process heating by and large requires low steam pressure of 1 to 3 bar.
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