gas boiler 10 Ton

IBR Small industrial boiler 10 ton in factory

IBR Oil or Gas Fired Boilers :

Comfortable life of people is inseparable from the northern winter heating boiler 10 ton, normal, stable heat source is vital to people's lives. But the attendant is an increasingly serious environmental pollution problems, the implementation of coal to gas policy without delay, using the gas hot water boiler is the general trend. In order to achieve green heating, the National Tourism Administration Service Center decided to phase out the existing coal-fired boilers, the introduction of clean and environmentally friendly gas hot water boiler. Fast boiler with their own strong comprehensive strength and rich experience in the heating industry cooperation gained the trust of the National Tourism Administration Service Center, and ultimately provide a vacuum hot water boiler (T6-2800 2 sets of 2.8MW by fast Boiler ).

The difference of fuel between Oil-fired Boiler and Gas-fired BoilerOil-fired boiler 10 ton refers to the fuel-fired boiler, including diesel oil, waste oil and other oil boilers. The overall arrangement of the oil-fired boiler is similar to that of the coal-fired boiler, except that the bottom of the furnace of the oil-fired boiler is mostly made into the bottom of the insulation furnace with a tilt to the back wall of 10 °~ 30 °, in order to obtain good combustion characteristics. In order to atomize fuel oil, there are two types of fuel burner nozzle: mechanical centrifugal injector and steam atomized Y type injector. The fuel of the oil-fired boiler is the fuel (such as diesel oil, kerosene, etc.). The fuel of the gas-fired boiler is gas (such as natural gas, city gas, biogas, etc.), depending on what fuel the boiler burns. The difference between a fuel-fired boiler and a gas-fired boiler is what kind of fuel burners are used to burn the gas-fired boilers, which are called gas-fired boilers, oil-fired boilers with fuel-fired burners, and oil-fired boilers called oil-fired boilers.

Circulation

Fine particles of partly burned coal, ash and bed material are carried along with the flue gases to the upper areas of the furnace and then into a cyclone. In the cyclone the heavier particles separate from the gas and falls to the hopper of the cyclone. This returns to the furnace for recirculation. Hence the name Circulating Fluidized Bed combustion. The hot gases from the cyclone pass to the heat transfer surfaces and go out of the boiler.