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    The lifespan of an industrial boiler

    Boilers or furnaces are some of the essential appliances in industrial settings. They are often significant financial investments, so regular maintenance will prolong their service life and save you money in the long run.

    Generally, industrial boilers last between 15 to 25 years, depending on a range of factors, including frequent inspections, maintenance, and routine repairs.

    As industrial boilers age, various parts may need replacing to keep them running at peak performance. Better maintenance of your industrial boilers will improve their longevity and minimise the risk of emergency shutdowns.

    It’s critical to have your industrial boilers maintained by professionals to ensure maximum output at minimal energy consumption. To increase the lifespan of your industrial boilers, follow these tips.

    Conduct routine inspections to identify and rectify any industrial boiler efficiency issues.

    Schedule regular maintenance of your industrial boilers to reduce potential accidents that could lead to injuries, structural damage, and facility shutdowns. With maintenance, a professional can spot issues before they become a hazard.

    Repair or replace?

    Being aware of crucial signs that your industrial boilers isn’t working efficiently can save your company a lot of money. There may be a time when it’s more cost-effective to buy a new industrial boiler rather than spending money on an old industrial boiler. Signs that your industrial boilers should be replaced include:

    Reduced efficiency, such as using more fuel than usual, is a sign that it’s time to replace it with a more energy-efficient industrial boiler.

    In addition to the standard, expected noises industrial boilers make, loud banging or clanging sounds indicate a blockage, leak, or internal pressure.

    Finally, if you’re frequently spending a significant amount of money on repairs, buying a new industrial boiler will reduce your running cost and is a safer alternative.

    Contact Combustion and Heating Systems for details

    If you have any questions about industrial boilers, contact us today. In addition, we offer a diverse range of specialised industrial heating equipment, including oil and gas burners, hot water and steam boilers, hot water circulating pumps, expansion tanks, burner control boxes, oil pumps, nozzles, valves and pressure switches, solenoids, and more.

    The importance of training employees on boiler safety

    Industrial boilers are environmentally friendly equipment used to generate energy and heat buildings. However, they can be dangerous if they’re not maintained or operated efficiently. As a result, your employees must be trained in boiler safety to understand the potential hazards. As with any industrial appliance, boilers malfunction. Frequently, this could result in explosions with… Continue Reading

    Understanding hot water circulating pumps

    Hot water circulating pumps are used to circulate the hot water in a closed circuit to prevent the water from cooling. Water in a hot water system cools when not in use for a long time and accumulates near the taps, so when you turn on the hot water tap, the gathered cold water flows… Continue Reading

    Benefits of a gas geyser

    A gas geyser uses gas to heat water in a hot water tank system. It is one of the most energy-efficient geysers on the market because the tank is isolated to conserve heat for a long time. A gas burner automatically turns on when necessary to ensure the stored water is maintained at a precise… Continue Reading

    Do you need to have your boiler repaired?

    Boilers are dependable heating systems, and because they have fewer moving parts than furnaces or heat pumps, they are less prone to wear and tear and last longer in general. But there are times when boiler repairs are necessary to prevent more significant problems further down the line. These are some indications that you need… Continue Reading

    Advantages of buying reconditioned boilers

    When it comes to reconditioned boilers, their reliability is often questioned. However, buyers often don’t realise that a reconditioned boiler can run just as efficiently as a new boiler and costs a lot less. These are some of the many advantages to justify buying a reconditioned boiler over a new one. Speed: Manufacturers’ lead times… Continue Reading

    Which Type of Boiler Would Benefit Your Facility Best

    Which Type of Boiler Would Benefit Your Facility Best

    Industrial tasks and boilers have always had a fairly close relationship, and the differing technical nature of each and every sector of industry means that boilers in general cover a broad range of specifications. Consider the differences in the needs for heat production between the petrochemical and steel-cutting industries and even with just these two… Continue Reading

    Understanding Industrial Boilers & Burners

    Understanding Industrial Boilers & Burners

    Industrial processes require highly specialised equipment to ensure a number of important factors in the working environment. From keeping plants under proper humidity control, providing heating, offering power and energy, right through to cooling and cleaning. Each of these factors needs to be carefully seen to if plants are to ensure the quality of their… Continue Reading