Application Of Industrial Boilers

- Jan 18, 2018 -

Application of industrial boilers

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Steam boilers and hot water boilers are widely used in industrial fields to provide heat or hot water for production. For power plants, large capacity steam boilers are used to produce high temperature and high pressure steam for engine power generation. Introduction of the application of industrial boilers.

Industrial boiler system

Water is heated to hot water or steam through the heat exchange of industrial boilers, such as coal, oil, natural gas, biomass fuel and other industrial boilers through a hot water boiler or steam boiler. The steam or hot water is then transported to the consumer through the pipe system. It is necessary to compensate for water loss by handling pure fresh water in order to avoid the corrosion of industrial boilers. The smoke produced by the combustion is discharged into the atmosphere through the chimney. The waste heat in the flue gas can be reused by a specially effective waste heat recovery system.

Application places for industrial boilers

The industrial hot water boiler system is very similar to the household heating boiler. The main difference lies in the large capacity of industrial boilers, which can meet the needs of families, hotels, hospitals, industrial buildings or urban central heating. The steam boiler system is used in the food industry, textile mill, paper mill, sugar factory, oil field, power plant and other industries. There are some examples of the use of steam boilers in industrial production.

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It will be inefficient for large laundries to use electricity to remove spots and dirt, because electricity and manpower are expensive. Steam can also be obtained from industrial boilers that burn coal or other fuels, which are cheaper and more efficient. For the food industry, food needs to be heated or boiled in the process of processing. As a result, the industrial sector obviously needs a lot of steam boiler heat. There is a complex process of production before the beer is enjoyed. When malt is mixed with water and fermentative, it must be heated to a specified temperature within two to four hours. Steam also needs to sterilize the empty bottle at high temperature to ensure cleanliness and hygiene.

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