|Fuel Type||Coal Fired|
|Working Pressure||15 Kgs/cm2|
|Efficiency||88 +- 2%|
Steam boiler or simply a boiler is basically a closed vessel into which water is heated until the water is converted into steam at required pressure. This is most basic definition of boiler. The boiler is essentially a closed vessel inside which water is stored. Fuel (generally coal) is burnt in a furnace and hot gasses are produced. These hot gasses come in contact with water vessel where the heat of these hot gases transfer to the water and consequently steam is produced in the boiler.
Industrial steam boilers offer flexibility and power, two qualities that make them an ideal solution for a business, commercial setting, or industrial facility. They can use a variety of fuels to heat the water that is converted to steam, including natural gas and other fossil fuels, coal, and electricity. They allow you and your business to determine the most economical and environmentally-friendly option depending on your company’s budget, legal emissions regulations, and your priorities.
Coal-fired plants produce electricity by burning coal in a boiler to produce steam. The steam produced, under tremendous pressure, flows into a turbine, which spins a generator to create electricity. The steam is then cooled, condensed back into water and returned to the boiler to start the process over.