natural gas fired fire tube steam boiler

Boiler Type

ZOZEN boiler covers an area of 150 thousand square meters, with an annual production capacity of 2000 industrial boilers and 25000 tons of steam.Our products have been sold to more than 100 countries and regions and set up offices in many countries to ensure that they serve customers at the first time.

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Product description

With the continuous expansion of the global economy, boiler industry has been developing rapidly, which will bring along the fierce competition. ZOZEN, founded in 1988, has turned into one of the largest industrial boilers manufactures in Asia after 30 years’ development. In 2018, chain grate boilers produced by them has stood out from others with remarkable performance.

They are suitable for a wide variety of fuels, like bituminous coal, anthracite, lignite, palm shell, cotton stalk and coconut shell, rubber wood and corn cob, etc.. They are also equipped with advanced control system, which featuring high degree of automation and easy operation.

  • Boiler name: natural gas fired fire tube steam boiler

  • Boiler Distributor: sufficient output,energy conservation,high level of automation

  • Available fuel: Bituminous coal,lean coal,anthracite

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TECHNICAL ADVANTAGES

Boiler body uses the forced circulation in the high temperature area to make sure all heating areas can be cooled down and avoid vaporization; The explosion door and flame detector are equipped for safe and reliable operation.

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A steam explosion is an explosion caused by violent boiling or flashing of water into steam, occurring when water is either superheated, rapidly heated by fine hot debris produced within it, or heated by the interaction of molten metals (as in a fuel–coolant interaction, or FCI, of molten nuclear-reactor fuel rods with water in a nuclear

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Practical Considerations for Converting Industrial Coa

Increasing Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) restrictions pertaining to emissions from coal-fired power plants, the increasing cost of coal operations, and the decreasing cost of natural gas

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