Condensing Boilers Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • 3 Good Reasons to Switch to a Condensing Boiler

    Condensing Boilers A condensing boiler is a unique kind of boiler that uses a different process to heat the water that creates the steam. A condensing boiler works similarly to an air conditioner, which reuses the condensation from the steam to create more heat, which creates further steam in the boiler. This form of boiler is more efficient than other, traditional styles of boilers. There are a variety of reasons why a factory would benefit from using a condensing boiler. Firstly, because of their unique heating process, condensing boilers are...

  • Condensing Steam Boilers In the News

    Condensing Boilers Though gaining in popularity in the United States, the condensing steam boiler has proven to be wildly popular in the United Kingdom. There the boilers have been pushed to the fore as the primary means by which Britons heat their homes. There have been some interesting stories in the news as of late, which though the stories come from England, they're applicable to condensing steam boilers in the U.S. as well. It seems that there is a rush for Englanders to get rid of their conventional boilers, and...

  • Condensing Boilers: Reusing Heat

    Condensing Boilers Boilers that utilize water vapor that is produced during combustion and condense it into water are called condensing boilers. The condensed water exits the system through a drain. A condensing boiler is a high efficiency boiler because it uses the excess heat in the flue in order to pre-heat cold water that is beginning to enter the boiler. Condensing boilers can have up to 98 percent efficiency. Due to the high efficiency--and therefore environmentally friendly--nature of the condensing boiler, many countries require or encourage its citizens to use...

  • The New Condensing Boiler

    Condensing boilers are a unique form of boiler that have a greater efficiency than other boiler types. In general, the efficiency of condensing boilers is over 90 percent. Compared to some other types of boilers, this is an efficiency increase by nearly 20 percent. With the recent interest in environmentally-friendly industrial practices, the use of condensing boilers is more popular than ever. In fact, some countries offer benefits and tax breaks to companies that use condensing boilers, and some other countries actually require that all industrial manufacturing plants use condensing...

  • Improving Efficiency with a Well Balanced Boiler

    by Breana Cronk, IQS Editor In industrial settings the old adage of all things in moderation is a clich that often falls on deaf ears. Big industry often means big facilities, big machines and, to be fair, big payoffs. In some areas of industry, however, balance beats out big every time. One such area is that of boilers. While industrial boilers are massive pieces of equipment that sometimes take up an entire room or several, the point of balance comes into play in the efficient operation of these heating giants....

  • The New ClearFire®-LC: Cleaver-Brooks Develops High-Capacity, Condensing Hydronic Boiler

    Cleaver-Brooks is proud to introduce the ClearFire®-LC (CFLC) high-capacity, condensing hydronic boiler. Using a high-turndown burner with advanced controls and patented AluFer® heat-transfer technology, the CFLC offers 98% efficiency with ultra-low emissions. The product combines the core heat transfer technology of AluFer tubes with the spiral tubes used in Cleaver-Brooks EX technology, which lead to the creation of a large condensing boiler with high efficiency and increased capacity with a small footprint. “This product provides a condensing boiler option for larger applications where only traditional, non-condensing boilers previously were...

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Condensing Boilers

Condensing boilers are tanks or vessels that transfer thermal energy from a heat source to water or steam while recovering energy that would normally be expelled through the flue. By condensing the escaping water vapor back into liquid water, the boiler uses latent heat to boost its efficiency up to 98%.

Boilers are fairly simple; they apply heat to water, which boils and circulates through the system in the form of very hot water or steam. Thermal energy moves from high to low temperatures, so heat is transferred from the water or steam to the air. Condensing boilers are box-like with the heat source and other components housed safely in a cast iron, copper, steel or stainless steel casing. Most boilers need to be in a fireproof and well-ventilated area with intakes for water and fuel. They provide hot air and water, two important parts of daily life. Condensing boilers are found in industrial environments, offices, schools, residential units and many other buildings; they can also be used to heat pools, for example. Mobile boiler units are used in emergency and military situations for temporary heating. Condensing boilers also find uses beyond general heating. They provide hot water that is used in manufacturing and industrial processes.

Condensing boilers work the same way that conventional boilers do with one main difference. Fuels such as wood, coal or natural gas are burned, producing hot gasses that pass through a series of metal rods or tubes that are immersed in water. The heat from the gas is transferred to the metal rods and then to the water. The temperature of the water increases and the hot water can be used in a variety of ways. In a conventional boiler such as a combi boiler the water vapor would escape through the flue. Condensing boilers prevent this, trapping the steam and condensing it back into liquid water. These boilers rely on their design for maximum success, usually by having large or dual heat exchangers (the metal rods and tubes). Condensing boilers offer efficiency levels of about 30% greater than conventional boilers as well as significantly fewer CO2 emissions. The temperature of gases leaving the flue in a conventional boiler are 120°F or more while condensing boilers release gases at temperatures of 50-60°F. There are three kinds of condensing boilers. Regular boilers have a hot water cylinder to store water while combination boilers do not; they use multiple heat sources to quickly heat water according to the demand. System boilers are also called sealed system boilers because they use hot water cylinders with most of the major components built in.



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