Rated evaporation gas steam auxiliary boiler china 1 t 1 t is to provide 600,000 kcal of energy per hour, can produce about 10 tons of water at 60 deg.] C per unit time, can be used for 8000 square meters workshop or room heating, can be for the 120 or so people at the same bath, in industrial production and heating heating industry is widely used.
July 26, 2016, Beijing, China Everbright Paper Co., Ltd. and the company signed a "split 6 tons of steam condensing gas steam auxiliary boiler china contract" by the company responsible for the WNS6-1.25-YQ split condensing gas boiler steam to all production, installation and commissioning work. The product is the use of condensing technology, effective emission of harmful substances SOx, NOx, COx, is industrial boilers efficient and environmentally friendly solutions.
Gas consumption of the gas auxiliary boiler china how to calculate? When a user asks, gas-fired gas consumption, air consumption 6 tons of boiler, 14MW boiler gas consumption, gas boiler gas consumption, etc., in the final analysis, is a problem, we need to measure gas consumption of natural gas boilers. In addition to the factors affecting the calorific value of the fuel itself, it can affect how much gas boiler consumption estimates are generally more accurate, and it is necessary to refer customers to buy data before each gas boiler. So, in the end how to calculate how much gas boilers to burn natural gas, natural gas use is it?
Effects of heat loss is mainly affected by the exhaust gas temperature and excess air coefficient α, the excess air coefficient α is too large, will cause an increase in the amount of smoke, take away more heat, it should be the premise of ensuring the combustion efficiency of the auxiliary boiler china as possible reduce the excess air ratio, it can be reasonably arranged through the burner, strict debugging operation, its structure and the characteristics of the boiler, the type and characteristics of the fuel matched to ensure that the flame in the furnace is full, the fuel combustion.