2 ton gas and oil fired steam boilers are manufactured by our boiler company, which can be used in many areas such as zoos, business centers, restaurants, hotels, food industry, beer industry, paper industry, textile industry, chemical industry, glass industry, oil refineries and so on. In gas and oil fired boilers, a fully automatic operation with one or both burners is made possible without any restrictions due to the approved single-flame operation. Different fuels in both firing units do not present any barriers. The control range is doubled and each low load phase is run with one burner to provide an improved efficiency level. If superheated steam is required instead of saturated steam, a superheater module can be positioned on the front reversing chamber. A bypass valve constantly controls the temperature of the superheated steam over a large load range. The smoke tube areas remain easily accessible thanks to the pivoting door of the reversing chamber.
Features of 2 ton gas and oil fired steam boilers
Wide control range thanks to single-flame tube operation
Simple extension options thanks to its integrated module technology
Simple commissioning due to factory boiler control
Plug-in connections for hassle free wiring on site
Details of 2 ton gas and oil fired steam boilers
2 ton gas and oil fired steam boilers adopts our patented three-pass technology, dating back over 70 years, forms the basis for the outstanding and ongoing success of china steam boiler series. Its suitability for the single or parallel operation of the firing units is due to both the stable separation on the flue gas side and the special design measures for neutralizing the tension forces in single-flame operation. Gas and oil fired boilers also adopts wet back type structures. The wet-back rear smoke gas reversing chamber is separated by a tube wall which is fastened to the rear floor and has water flowing through it. Water circulation and heat are efficiently transported by means of guide profiles on the boiler base, and are additionally accelerated by the flow gases between the flame tubes and the smoke tube areas alongside one another.