Mobile-friendly, cloud-based Miura Connect allows industrial boiler users to perform real-time remote monitoring. Designed as a “living application,” the IIoT technology will allow Miura to continue optimizing and adding features.
Rockmart, Ga.-based Miura redesigned its website to streamline the boiler-buying process by making it easier to access relevant information, locate a representative, receive an estimate or purchase a new boiler.
Boilers are an integral part of the processing industry’s success, providing steam for a variety of manufacturing applications. When a facility boiler goes down for planned maintenance or an upset occurs, the lost production time can be costly.
Replacing non-functioning boiler systems — pressurized vessels placed in a facility to heat water — can take quite a bit of time. Enter the boiler-bypass system: a non-pressurized system that sits outside a facility or building. It heats up hot water, which then goes through the heat exchanger inside the building. Such units can be deployed rapidly and are scalable.
Ed Verderose joined Miura Boilers, Rockmart, Ga., as national accounts manager, a position that is focused on working with businesses and facilities that have multiple locations in the U.S. market. Miura is one of the largest industrial steam boiler manufacturers in the world and manufactures on-demand steam solutions.
Used in tandem, boiler feed and condensate return units can help ensure safe, reliable and efficient boiler operation.
February 27, 2019
In processes that require steam, the boiler is the heart of the operation, and if it fails, production can come to a grinding halt. So, if your industrial process uses steam, it is critical that the boiler and any of its auxiliary parts are in good working order, allowing the system to run most safely, effectively and efficiently.
Space, time and energy: who wouldn’t want to save all three at their facility? When selecting steam heating equipment for your industrial boiler room, explore boiler options to maximize returns on investments in space, time and energy.
Choosing the right kind of boiler — whether for a new facility or a retrofit - is an important decision. Many plants and facilities rely on steam for applications like heating, cooking, hot water, sterilization and much more.