How to select a boiler for your process

Hankinson, Rob
September 1997
Process Heating;Sep97, Vol. 4 Issue 7, p30
Provides tips on the selection of boilers for process needs. Sizing of the boiler; Connection of the boiler; Installation of both economizers and oxygen trim for more efficient boiler operation.


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