The hospital hot water boiler is mainly used in hospital wards in various areas, heating the outpatient building and providing hot water. ZBG produces various types of hot water boilers for hospitals, including oil and gas hot water boilers, coal-fired boilers and biomass boilers. We can tailor hot water boiler solutions for our customers according to their needs. Boilers represent one of a hospital’s largest facilities-related capital expenditures. They are costly to purchase and expensive to operate, particularly as the cost of energy continues to rise. Choosing right hot water boiler offer major opportunities for hospitals to save energy—resulting in financial and environmental benefits.
The most commonly used oil and gas hot water boilers are WNS and szs boilers. The capacity of WNS boilers is between 0.7 ≤ Q ≤ 14 MW, the pressure requirement is less than 1.6 MPa, and the SZS gas boiler specifications are between 14 ≤ Q ≤ 58 MW. Each hot water boiler will have corresponding boiler heat power, water discharge pressure, outlet water temperature, and inlet water temperature. Different capacities will also correspond to different boiler temperatures and boiler pressures.
Due to the low cost of coal-fired boilers, many hospitals choose to use coal-fired hot water boilers in order to save costs. A coal-fired hot water boiler can burn various types coal fuel and it is mainly used to heat hot water. The design structure of the boiler is reasonable and compact, the heating area is large, the flue gas flow is long, the heat transfer effect is good, and the exhaust gas temperature is low, so the thermal efficiency is high, the running cost is low, and the use is more economical.
The biomass hot water boiler for hospital are mainly DZL series boiler and SZL series chain grate boiler. The low price of biomass boilers and low operating costs are easier for users to accept and promote. In order to ensure the complete combustion of biomass fuel, ZBG biomass hot water boilers require the many advanced technology. An adaptive fuel feed mechanism which adjusts the amount of fuel fed into the boiler in real time. Separately controllable primary and secondary combustion air.
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