boiler efficiency

boiler efficiency

[′bȯil·ər i′fish·ən·sē]
(mechanical engineering)
The ratio of heat absorbed in steam to the heat supplied in fuel, usually measured in percent.
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Continuous operation means that the steam demand is constant, which improves boiler efficiency and, since Exelys can handle higher sludge concentrations than batch systems, the steam demand per tonne of dry solids is lower.
That is, an increment of the boiler efficiency when compared with conventional boilers will be about 15%.
Figure 1 (ASHRAE 2008) shows the effect of the inlet water temperature on boiler efficiency, dew point, and the condensing range (ASHRAE 2008).
A higher boiler efficiency and more accurate control of oven temperatures have also been added to the cookers in the new series to make the cookers more efficient.
Reducing fuel demand through improved boiler efficiency and thermal-energy recovery
Once we have Aconfirmed your Pension Credit benefit and your boiler efficiency, you would then qualify.
To compare CFB and PF technologies, including the efficiencies of desulphurization, the present situation with PF boiler emissions, ash balance and boiler efficiency had to be determined in detail, both at partial and nominal loads.
If this is not the case, boiler efficiency will suffer.
In addition to the solar canopy, Hershey has completed lighting efficiency projects, boiler efficiency projects and Bio-gas projects.
Boiler efficiency (firing rate) is determined by the sum of heat losses with exhaust gases [q.
Find out more: Take a note of the make and model of your boiler and you can check its efficiency by using the Home Heating Guide's Boiler Efficiency Rating Table at www.
This advanced energy efficiency technology has increased the existing natural gas boiler efficiency from about 81-82% to 93-94%--saving Baxter more than 12% on its fuel cost for this boiler while also reducing carbon emissions by more than 12% and reducing its need for fresh water.