1-20 ton gas/oil fired boiler
Capacity: 1-20 ton/h
Pressure: 0.7-2 Mpa
Fuel: Nature gas, coke oven gas, biogas, methanol, liquid propane gas, diesel, heavy oil, light oil, crude oil, etc.
Industries: Heat supplying, chemical, food, textile, printing and dyeing, cigarettes and tobacco, fodder, pharmacy, building materials, brewery, rubber, hospital etc.
7-70 MW gas/oil fired hot water boiler
Capacity: 7-70 MW
Pressure: 1.0-1.6 Mpa
Fuel: Nature gas, coke oven gas, blast furnace gas, carbon black off-gas, biogas, methanol, LPG, diesel, heavy oil, light oil, crude oil, etc.
Industries: Heat supplying, hospital, colleges and universities.
2.8-29mw coal fired boiler
Pressure: 1.0-1.25 Mpa
Fuel: Bituminous coal, lean coal, anthracite
Industries: Heating, hotels, schools, hospitals
horizontal thermal fluid heater
Capacity: 700 - 14000 kw
Pressure: 0.8 - 1.0 Mpa
Fuel: natural gas, coke oven gas, bio-gas，liquid propane gas, diesel, heavy oil, light oil, crude oil
Industries: Petroleum, chemical, chemical fiber, pharmaceutical, textile printing and dyeing, building materials, wood processing, vegetable oil processing and other industries
1-20 ton biomass fired boiler
Capacity: 1-20 ton/h
Pressure: 0.7-2.5 Mpa
Fuel: Biomass particles
Industries: Heating, chemical, food, tobacco, textile, printing and dyeing, feed, medicine, building material, wine, rubber, hospital
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