Emergency at Pulp-and-Paper Facility Calls for Watertube Boilers
A pulp-and-paper facility in the Pacific Northwest was forced to take down its large power boiler for repairs. The company called on Nationwide Boiler Inc. to provide two 70,000 lb/hr package watertube boilers on a fast-track emergency basis.
Each trailer-mounted boiler traveled nearly 1,000 miles to the site and was delivered, installed and put into service in just seven days. The boilers are currently operating and supporting production at the pulp-and-paper facility. According to Nationwide, they will continue providing steam to the plant through the duration of the repairs.