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Steam boilers BWR Steam boilers BWR Steam boilers BWR
 
 
Steam production from 12 to 28 t/h (6,793 to 18,340 kW)
Types 120 150 170 200 250 270
Steam generation in t/h* 12.5 15.6 17.7 20.9 26.1 28.2
Maximum pressure in bar** 10 12 15 18
Output in kW 8,151 10,190 11,547 13,585 16,981 18,340
*   Feed water at 105 °C
** Standard values, higher pressures possible depending on individual requirements
 
 
 
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  • Simplified and economical maintenance
    The absence of refractory (apart from the burner throat and the rear inspection cover) is a significant advantage in terms of maintenance and down-time.
  • Sturdiness and long life
    The water-tube rear gas transfer chamber enables the furnace to be centred. This means the longitudinal load stresses on the tube plates are symmetrical which minimises operational stresses. The active circulation of the water in the gas transfer chamber ensures continuous cooling of the tube walls, regardless of the operating conditions and steaming rates.
  • Flexibility of use
    The water-tube chamber provides more rapid load recovery following heavy steam demand fluctuations and cold starts.  
  • Efficiency
    The BWR boilers can be supplied with enhancements to achieve efficiencies up to 95% with feed water economisers and up to 97% with additional water-water and/or water-air economisers.
  • Different operating modes
    Equipment options include control and instrumentation for fully manned, supervised or unattended operation.
  • Energy and environment
    To improve efficiency, reduce fuel consumption and electrical power consumption and obtain very low NOx emissions, BABCOCK WANSON offers the Ecosteam® pack on this boiler range.

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