boiler water


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boiler water

[′bȯil·ər ‚wȯd·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
Water in the steam-generating section of a boiler unit.
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Editorial Note: When present in boiler water, DEAE and CHA can become airborne in boiler steam, which can result in inhalational and/or dermal uptake by exposed persons.
In addition, an often overlooked consequence of boiler water carryover is the efficiency loss due to wet steam.
The combustion process heats the boiler water to make steam, hot water heating, and/or domestic hot water.
You can even adjust the boiler water hourly, primarily keeping it at cooler temperatures and raising it to prevent short cycling during peak periods.
The floor is heated with warm boiler water circulated through small, flexible pipes located under the surface of the floor or in the concrete floor slab.
For modulating control, variations in boiler water level measured by the probe are relayed to the LC2610, which signals the feedwater pump or valve to vary feedwater flowrate to the boiler.
Tenders are invited for Work of boiler water wall modification for installation of asld system
Ideally, you would like these temperatures to be no more than 100 degrees hotter than the boiler water or steam.
A range of products including: electronic burner control systems, O2 trim, variable speed drives and boiler water control will be on show at the stand along with advice on burner and boiler servicing, training and the use of data loggers to prove where performance can be improved and money saved.
As a rule of thumb, exhaust gas should be no greater than 150 degrees higher than the boiler water temperature.
Maintenance of the correct concentration of dissolved solids in the boiler water is a factor often overlooked in boiler operation.