COMBITHERM Boiler - Three Pass Smoke Cum Water Tube Boiler
Thermal Capacity : 1 TPH - 20 TPH
Working Pressure : 10.54 - 32 Kg/Cm2
Available Fuel Options : Wood, Coal, Husk, Briquettes, Biomass etc.
Application : Industrial use
COMBITHERM Boiler : Three Pass Smoke Cum Water Tube Boiler
The Combitherm boiler, often known as a Combi boiler, is a water and smoke tube design that is unique. It is the combination of both the Water Tube and Smoke Tube Boilers, with some tubes forming an enclosed portion of the exterior furnace through which water flows and the rest of the tubes being put in a shell through which flue gases flow.
The high-temperature zone is where radiation heat transfer and convection heat transfer occur in a shell where water is filled and flue gases move at high velocity in the tubes because the furnace is surrounded by water tubes on all five sides.
Furthermore, in the case of Combitherm boilers, our membrane tube design ensures that there are little or no losses to the environment, and the tubes also offer a large heat transfer area, boosting radiation heat transmission.
Fully automatic unit
Enclosed with the Water Tubes on 5 sides
Minimum site work, low installation costs
Large furnace grate area which provide optimum time for fuel to get burnt
Dependable quality of components like valves, pumps, safeties & instruments
High Thermal Efficiency and low Operating costs
Combines the advantages of both Water Tube and Smoke Tube design
Capacities from 1 Ton Per Hour to 20 Ton Per Hour
Can attain temperatures up-to 300 deg C
Fuel firing: Wood, Coal, Husk, Briquettes, Biomass etc.
High combustion efficiency up-to 98%
Technical Advantages of COMBITHERM Boiler
Provided a large furnace area and capacity, allowing for the most efficient burning of fuel.
Designed to burn a variety of fuels like Coal, Lignite, Rice Husk, Wood, Bagasse, Groundnut shells etc. and thus providing you with lowest energy costs depending upon the fuel available in your area.
To transfer heat to the water via convective heat transfer, the boiler tubes are divided into two passes. Steam is collected at the top of the boiler shell from both sides and then delivered to the desired process application through steam lines.
The membrane tubes are constructed such that there are little or no losses to the environment, and they also have a large heat transfer area, which increases heat transfer radiation.
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