Oil/Gas Fired Boilers

Oil Fired Boilers And Gas Fired Boilers are the basic 3 pass internal furnace smoke tube type design in which flue gases are inside the tubes while water is outside the tubes in the shell. The combustion of oil and gas in a furnace requires atomization of the fuel. Since the fuel entering the burner in bulk amount is either in liquid or gas form, therefore it needs to be separated in fine droplets so that every last particle of the fuel could get burnt without leaving any traces. This process of separating the fluid particles is called atomization. Generally, atomization is done with the help of high-pressure fan which also provides air for the combustion of fuel. Mostly burners come with the attached fan and their assembly is known as a Monobloc Burner which means fan mounted on a burner. The 3-pass oil/gas fired boilers are most suitable for the burn fuels like heavy and light oils & gasses.

Product Specifications :
  • Capacity -  Evaporation capacities ranging from 500 to 8000 Kg/hr ( from and at 1000c ) 
  • Pressure – 7.0 to 17.5 Kg / cm²( g )
  • Burners – Indian as wells as imported burnes
  • Efficiency - Overall efficiency of 88 % ( +/-2% ) on NCV
  • Fuels – Gases - Natural gas, LPG, CNG, PNG, Biogas, LNG & Oil - LDO, HSD, FO, LSHS, Diesel
Special Features :
  • Horizontal packaged boilers – less site work & quick commissioning.
  • Compact and efficient design which requires less floor space & immediate commissioning
  • Fully automatic and high efficiency saves running costs to the Steam Boilers
  • Large convective heating surface in the 2nd & 3rd pass tubes ensures excellent heat transfer
  • Large water holding & steam holding space provides quick response to fluctuating steam demands
  • Large heat transfer surface reduces the thermal stresses on the boiler surfaces
  • Monobloc type burner – Reduce fuel consumption
  • End to end visibility of tubes.
  • Safety aspect maintain with strict quality controls

Difference between Oil Fired Boiler and Gas Fired Boilers

Oil Fired Boilers generally require Day Oil Tank to store oil and this oil is transported to a burner through oil piping and oil pump. On the other hand, High-Efficiency Gas Fired Boilers are exactly same as Oil Fired Boilers in construction and only difference is the transportation of gas to burner requires gas train which comprises of gas regulator that regulates pressure, gas strainer to remover dirt from gas while no such valves are required in oil fired boilers