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  • Introduction to the boiler house

    Approximately 15 kg of steam can be produced from 1 kg of oil, or 14 kg of steam from 1 litre of oil. Gas. Gas is a form of boiler fuel that is easy to burn, with very little excess air. Fuel gases are available in two different forms: Natural gas - This is gas that has been produced (naturally) underground.

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  • Water Tube Boilers

    Bent tube or Stirling boiler. A further development of the water-tube boiler is the bent tube or Stirling boiler shown inFigure 3.3.7. Again this operates on the principle of the temperature and density of water, but utilises four drums in the following configuration.

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  • Introduction to the boiler house

    Approximately 15 kg of steam can be produced from 1 kg of oil, or 14 kg of steam from 1 litre of oil. Gas. Gas is a form of boiler fuel that is easy to burn, with very little excess air. Fuel gases are available in two different forms: Natural gas - This is gas that has been produced (naturally) underground.

    Get Price
  • Water Tube Boilers

    Bent tube or Stirling boiler. A further development of the water-tube boiler is the bent tube or Stirling boiler shown inFigure 3.3.7. Again this operates on the principle of the temperature and density of water, but utilises four drums in the following configuration.

    Get Price
  • Introduction to the boiler house

    Approximately 15 kg of steam can be produced from 1 kg of oil, or 14 kg of steam from 1 litre of oil. Gas. Gas is a form of boiler fuel that is easy to burn, with very little excess air. Fuel gases are available in two different forms: Natural gas - This is gas that has been produced (naturally) underground.

    Get Price
  • Water Tube Boilers

    Bent tube or Stirling boiler. A further development of the water-tube boiler is the bent tube or Stirling boiler shown inFigure 3.3.7. Again this operates on the principle of the temperature and density of water, but utilises four drums in the following configuration.

    Get Price
  • Introduction to the boiler house

    Approximately 15 kg of steam can be produced from 1 kg of oil, or 14 kg of steam from 1 litre of oil. Gas. Gas is a form of boiler fuel that is easy to burn, with very little excess air. Fuel gases are available in two different forms: Natural gas - This is gas that has been produced (naturally) underground.

    Get Price
  • Introduction to the boiler house

    Approximately 15 kg of steam can be produced from 1 kg of oil, or 14 kg of steam from 1 litre of oil. Gas. Gas is a form of boiler fuel that is easy to burn, with very little excess air. Fuel gases are available in two different forms: Natural gas - This is gas that has been produced (naturally) underground.

    Get Price
  • Water Tube Boilers

    Bent tube or Stirling boiler. A further development of the water-tube boiler is the bent tube or Stirling boiler shown inFigure 3.3.7. Again this operates on the principle of the temperature and density of water, but utilises four drums in the following configuration.

    Get Price