The LX Gas/Low NOX Series is offered with boiler models ranging from 50 to 300 hp. The industrial boilers use natural gas or propane and are available in a range of steam pressure options (300, 170 or 15 MAWP).
Many industries face periods of increased process steam requirements, commonly known as peak or seasonal demand. Whether it is processing the food we eat, the gasoline that fuels our vehicles or any other valued product, there likely will be occasions where demand exceeds steam production capability.
Use the 2019 edition of our industrial boilers selection tool to compare equipment makers and find those with experience with your industrial heating process.
April 1, 2019
Used for generating steam for power, processing or space heating, or for producing hot water to heat products or a hot water supply, a boiler delivers steam or hot fluid to the end use point at the desired pressure and temperature.
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.
To satisfy customer demand, Hurst Boiler is manufacturing engineered packaged watertube boilers at its retooled factory on a 50-acre manufacturing campus in Coolidge, Ga. This product line extension complements the company’s wetback and dryback firetube, biomass and hybrid boiler manufacturing capabilities.
Superior Holding Inc. will complete the full integration of its Richmond, Va.-based English Boiler subsidiary into Hutchinson, Kan.-based Superior Boiler. The Richmond and Hutchinson arms of the company both will now operate under the Superior Boiler name.
A California boilermaker will supply three skid-mounted, watertube boilers for a project at Saudi Aramco Jizan Refinery. Fremont, Calif.-based Nationwide Boiler Inc., a representative and stocking distributor of Babcock & Wilcox package watertube boilers, secured the largest rental project in its 51-year history.
Experts agree that some steam boilers are safer than others – not based on physics but on physical design. But what does safe mean? For at least one professional, staying safe equates to working in an environment that minimizes the potential for personal injury, disability, downtime, productivity shortfalls and worker’s compensation claims.