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What is a boiler?
A boiler system is a water containing vessel that transfers heat from a fuel source, such as, oil, gas or coal into steam. The steam is then piped until it can be used to run production equipment. A boiler can also be used to sterilize, provide heat, to steam-clean and many more. The steam converts back into the form of water, and if all the steam that was produced is returned to be reused, the system is called a closed system. A system that does not return the condensate is called an open system.
What types of boilers do you get?
From conventional boilers requiring a hot water tank, to combination boilers that are compact and discrete, there is a range of different boilers that you can choose from. There are three main types of boilers, such as, combination boilers, system boilers and conventional boilers. You also get condensing boilers, energy-efficient boilers and much more. When you purchase a new boiler you should consider additional costs in the installation that may be applicable for some boiler types.
What should you consider when choosing a new boiler?
Choosing a new boiler system can be an overwhelming experience and you may be faced with a variety of decisions. Purchasing a new boiler can be expensive and that is why you should consider a few things when choosing a new boiler. Proper budgeting, the right deal, boiler types, boiler sizes and boiler positioning should be considered before purchasing a new boiler. If you have any questions or concerns about purchasing the right boiler, be sure to contact Combustion and Heating Systems.