The boiler drum water level is an important parameter for ensuring safe production and providing high quality steam, especially for modern industrial production. Because one of the characteristics of modern boilers is that the amount of evaporation is significantly increased, the volume of the drum is relatively small, and the water level changes rapidly.
If you don't pay attention, it will easily cause the steam drum to fill the water or burn it into a dry pan. In modern boiler operation, even water shortage accidents are very dangerous. This is because the water level is too low, which will affect the normal circulation of natural circulation. In severe cases, individual water pipes will form free water surface, causing flow stagnation, resulting in metal. The pipe wall is partially overheated and burst. Whether it is full of water or lack of water will cause an accident, therefore, the water level must be strictly controlled within the specified range.