Industrial boilers, for example on board a marine vessel, in a large industrial factory or power plant, are fed either fresh water or steam by a high pressure boiler feed pump. As the water or steam is fed round a system, they are sometimes referred to as boiler circulation pumps. As taking suction from a condensate system is a high pressure application, steam boiler feed pumps are generally high head, low flow pumps, making multistage pumps
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High Pressure BOiler FEED Pumps Overview. Advanced two stage pump for intermittent or continuous high pressure pumping of hot chemically treated feed water. Designed to deliver high pressure at medium to low capacities without cavitation. Roth high pressure boiler feed pumps provide reliable service operating at a low 1750 RPM further shielding parts from particle abrasion and wear.
Boiler feed pumps operate at fluid temperatures of 160 to 210 ºC. In exceptional cases the temperature of the fluid handled may be higher still. Feed pumps for 1600 MW nuclear power stations are constructed for mass flow rates of up to 4000 tonnes/h and feed pump discharge pressures of 70 to 100 bar.
3. Waiver of a trial burn to demonstrate conformance with the HC1 emission standard. 4. Data in lieu of a trial burn. B. Proposed § 270.65: Special forms of permits 1. Permits for new boilers exempt from trial burn requirements. 2. Permits for new boilers and industrial furnaces subject to a trial burn. 3. Permit procedures for interim status
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