Six features to look for in a boiler systemDecember 9, 2014 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Many industrial applications use boilers to produce steam or hot water. Forward-thinking companies that want to conserve oil and gas resources while saving money and reducing emissions should look for these six features in their next boiler system.
1. Monitoring: Make sure the boiler comes with an online maintenance system that monitors your boiler operating conditions for easy troubleshooting when problems arise. The system should provide burner and fault history, thermal control and maintenance data, scale monitor graph, calculated fuel consumption, and more.
2. Maintenance contract: A well-maintained boiler provides the highest efficiency throughout the life of the system and protects this important investment. Maintenance is an essential part of keeping your boiler running like the day you bought it. From water analysis, to online support systems, to overall efficiency, boiler maintenance ensures you’ll save down time while saving energy costs.
3. Green technology: Look for a system that employs green technology that will save you money while saving the planet. Make sure it can produce steam quickly, resulting in reduced fuel costs. By reducing the time it takes to bring water to steam, the boiler also minimizes CO2 and other greenhouse gas emissions.
4. Fuel savings: By reducing the consumption of oil and gas, the boiler also conserves precious and costly resources.
5. Small footprint: Look for a boiler system with a space-saving design.
6. Warranty: Make sure the system comes with a warranty, so you can make your purchase with confidence knowing that a team of highly dedicated professionals will be there when you need them.
Miura Boiler’s on-demand boiler systems have these features and more. All Miura boilers produce steam in five minutes using the company’s exclusive floating head design — a revolutionary advance that results in substantial oil and gas cost savings (up to 20 per cent and more) on average. In a multiple installation, Miura boilers can be turned on or off as needed to meet peak demand hours, while operating at greater efficiency throughout the day and reducing wear and tear. Miura boilers also require less space and feature an online maintenance system with a “sliding window feature” that records an event four seconds before it occurs, so it can be diagnosed and corrected faster.
For more information on the company’s lineup of “green” boiler systems, contact Miura.