New high-capacity boiler

Published:  31 March, 2017

ANDREWS SYKES says the launch of a new 1,500kW, lower pressure hot-water boiler brings to the industrial fleet hire market an advanced, fully packaged boiler hire unit that features 3-stage NOx (Nitrous Oxide) burner technology to maximise fuel savings and meet all current EU emission legislation. Its introduction follows research by Andrews Boiler Hire that highlights in major projects where large capacities of hot water are required it is often common practice to link a number of boilers. In many such applications the new higher capacity unit will eliminate this general practice, making for a faster and more efficient solution.

Available now from the Andrews Boiler Hire for short or long-term projects, the fully containerised 1,500kW LPHW boiler is fuelled by gas oil as standard but can also be converted for use on mains gas supply for short or long term solutions. It runs on a 415V power supply and can be supplied with its own ADR-approved 10,333-litre bunded fuel tank ready to be connected for immediate use

Utilising an internal heat exchanger and pump, the unit supplies stepped temperature control for heating and hot water and is expected to appeal to those operating in diverse business sectors. These include district heating systems, factories, production facilities, sports and leisure centres, retail environments, hospitals and healthcare establishments and many more where hot water is required.

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