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Industrial Boilers Manufacturers and Suppliers

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Unilux Advanced Manufacturing has years of experience in applications of sales and service of water tube, industrial boilers and packaged products. The Unilux Boiler is the second oldest bent model currently on the market. Specializing in custom-engineered projects, we have the highest standards in quality workmanship, manufacturing, design and performance at our state of the art facility.
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We are an industry frontrunner here at Fulton Boiler Works Inc and provide global solutions for industrial boilers. Whether you are in need of a steam boiler or a hot oil heater, we provide it all. Our boilers can use condensing and non-condensing methods and we guarantee our units will save you money in energy costs. Let us know your need and our specialists will direct you to the best industrial boiler. Contact us today!
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If you are in need of a reliable industrial boiler then you have come to the right place by choosing Wabash Power Equipment Company. All of our products are beyond compare and we provide solutions for a multitude of industries. You will not be upset with our outstanding industrial boilers. Give us a call today to learn more information!
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Blanski proudly presents trailer mounted, mobile boiler systems available for immediate rental in any emergency for a full range of long and short-term industrial, commercial and institutional steam and hot water applications. We are "The Boiler Professionals For Rental Solutions." Our products include mobile systems, rentals, burner systems, combustion controls, rebuilt boilers and accessories.
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BoilerSupplies.com has been in business for over 20 years, throughout that time we have established ourselves as one of the leaders in the boiler industry. We put the same amount of care and detail into every part that we work on. On top of new boilers, we also offer direct replacement and duplicate boiler parts. We will provide you with the best solution based on your unique needs.
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Since 1948, Carey Boiler Works has offered industrial boilers & burners to buy, rent or for refurbishing services. We can provide you with a quotation on a full line of firetube boilers (5 HP-1800 HP), watertube boilers (7,500 PPH-100,000 PPH), gas, oil, gas/oil combination burners, air & pressure atomization, standard or 30 ppm Low NOx. Whatever you require, you can depend on Caret Boiler Works.
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Our boiler products are made with innovation and quality. We have experience serving a multitude of industries for the past 100 years, and we offer many boiler units that are best suited for your applications. Please call or email us and a staff member will get in touch with you!
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Industrial Boilers

Industrial boilers are typically used to generate steam by applying thermal energy to transform water into steam on a large scale. Often, the steam will be used for heating or to power equipment. High-pressure boilers yield large amounts of steam within the durable chamber. Once enough steam has been created, the steam is released through valves and pressure channels the steam through pipes to the destined machinery. Leftover cooled water is sent back to the boiler to be recycled and reheated. To avoid corrosion, fresh water should be added to counterbalance any loss of water during the process.

Industrial boilers are built to withstand more stress than commercial boilers or hot water boilers. Industrial boilers are often larger than commercial boilers and are manufactured with steel up to 35 mm thick, allowing for pressures up to 30 bar and above. These features make industrial boilers suitable for industries that require a large heating capacity.

The safety and efficiency of industrial boilers has come a long way since their invention. During the Industrial Revolution, industrial boilers were the main source for powering factories. In that time period, there were many instances of industrial boilers rupturing due to overpressurization and overheating, causing deaths and structural damages in some cases. In the late eighteen hundreds and early nineteen hundreds, an estimated 50,000 people died each year from boiler related accidents in North America. Since then, designs have improved and regulations have been put in place to avoid this hazard. Organizations, such as ASME, helped to create the standards for both design and operation that modern manufacturers adhere to still today. Industrial boilers are now furnished with pressure sensitive gauges and relief valves and fabricated with durable materials to prevent damage. These safety measures reduce risks as well as increase efficiency by reducing heat loss levels and cutting fuel cost. It is important to evaluate your application and choose an industrial boiler constructed by a trusted manufacturer in order to minimize the risk of accidents and increase output.

Industrial boilers can be categorized based on design, fuel used to generate heat, or combustion technology. In regards to design, there are two main concepts. Fire tube boilers and water tube boilers. Fire tube boilers are easy to operate and have a simple design. They transport hot gases, generated by the heating source, through tubes that pass through a water-filled chamber, transferring heat from the gas filled tubes to the water. While fire tube boilers are often less expensive, they have a bulky design, small steam capacities, and low to medium degrees of pressure. Fire tube boilers produce steam rates up to 26,000 pounds per hour. Water tubes, also known as high-pressure boilers, have an inverse structure compared to fire tube boilers. Water flows through tubes that are surrounded by a cavity of hot gases. Water tube boilers are capable of producing 10,000 to 1,000,000 pounds of steam per hour. This design is more efficient but more complex and expensive to manufacture. The other downfall to water tube boilers is that the water that goes into the systems needs to be treated to keep the tubes clear from contaminants. Therefore to ensure optimal performance, a supporting water treatment system is recommended to supply filtered water.

Industrial boilers can also be classified by fuel type. Coal, oil, biomass (burnable plant materials such as wood chips or rice husks), natural gas, and steam. Boilers that use steam as fuel, hydronic industrial boilers, need to be coupled with another boiler type. Each fuel type offers varying cost, safety, and environmental benefits.

Finally, industrial boilers can be distinguished by the combustion technology. There are three types. Fluidized Bed systems "bubble" fuel and sand together to create a fuel-air mixture that helps keep uniform temperatures in the fuel bed and reduce emissions. Stoker systems burn coal and spread the heat by either continuous and even coal distribution or by feeding fuel into one area and then distributing the coal with a moving grate. The third combustion technology used to classify industrial boilers is thermic fluid heaters, which use a closed system of petroleum based fluids to deliver consistent temperature control and good thermal efficiency.

Industrial boilers are utilized in many settings. Industries such as agriculture, ceramic, electrical, refineries, food and beverages, paper and pulp, manufacturing, and many more employ steam production for a myriad of applications. These applications range from power generation, heating kilns, driving turbines, agricultural soil steaming, cement production, large scale heating etc. Some industries, such as paper and pulp, utilize industrial boilers that are fueled by the waste of their operations.

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