HOT OIL BOILERS

Oil and gas fired

OIL AND GAS FIRED HOT OIL BOILERS

The hot gases which are consist as a result of combustion pass through the first pass combustion chamber and they return to the second smoke pipes and they are moved to the front. The gases passing through the front smoke chamber are collected here and directed to the cyclone. Once it leaves from the cyclone, goes to the chimney and thrown out from here.

Because it works with the top firing principle, the coal burns completely and pollutes the environment in minimum.

The boiler feeding water is being prepared in the front furnace and this high temperature water is sent to the boiler. In this way, fast steam production is provided.

Because of the fuel loading to the boiler is made by helix, combustion occurs at the bottom. By this means, complete combustion occurs, unburned coal particles do not spread around.