fuel-fired boiler

fuel-fired boiler

Automatic mechanical equipment which utilizes heat from combustion of solid, liquid, or gaseous fuels to heat water or generate steam, and having all components including burner, boiler controls, and auxiliary equipment assembled in one unit, either at the factory or on the site.
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With the rapid expansion plans at our Bataan refinery, we began the construction of a 140-MW power plant in 2010, called the Refinery Solid Fuel-Fired Boiler (RSFFB) project.
Invitation for Bids: Construction Of Domestic Fuel-fired Boiler House In Tyshkevich Str.
Fuel-fired Boiler Market for Cogeneration in Western Europe
In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following equipment types: gas turbines, steam turbines, heat recovery steam generators and fuel-fired boilers used only for cogeneration.
The third order is for installation of a NOxOUT system on a waste fuel-fired boiler in France.
Tenders are invited for Construction Of Heat And Power Cogeneration Station Using Gas-fired And Solid Fuel-fired Boilers On Alternative Fuel In The City Of Kamyanets-podilskyi
Denmark, for instance, banned the use of fossil fuel-fired boilers in new buildings as of 2013 and aims for renewables to provide almost 40 percent of total heat supply by 2020.
These rules pose stringent emission limits for solid and liquid fuel-fired boilers.
Market Analysis III-31 Outlook III-31 Regional Perspective III-31 Industry Structure III-31 System Integrators III-31 Product Specialists III-31 Activity Specialists III-31 Cogeneration Fuel-Fired Boilers Market - A Statistical Overview III-32
In this research service, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following market segments: gas turbines, steam turbines, fuel-fired boilers, and heat recovery steam generators.
With EER's technology, we now also can reduce emissions from fossil fuel-fired boilers, further increasing our ability to serve customers facing stricter emissions regulations," said Ricardo Artigas, President and Chief Executive Officer of GE Energy Services.