A diesel steam boiler is a type of boiler that uses diesel fuel as its fuel source to heat water and generate steam. The steam produced by the boiler is used for various applications such as power generation, heating, and industrial processes. Diesel steam boilers are commonly used in industries such as manufacturing, oil and gas, and agriculture, where they provide a reliable source of heat and steam for various processes. They are efficient and cost-effective, making them a popular choice for many industries.
Diesel has a high energy density and high combustion temperature which, if properly burned, can produce complete combustion, maximizing the energy output of the fuel. This results in fewer emissions and more thermal energy generation, resulting in higher thermal efficiency.
Diesel fuel has a lower carbon content and burns cleaner and more efficiently than other fossil fuels such as coal or oil. This means fewer carbon emissions, including nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter (PM), are produced when burned.
Diesel fired steam boilers are built to last and can operate for many years with minimal maintenance. This makes them a more cost-effective option over time, as they require less frequent repairs and replacements compared to other types of boilers.
Diesel steam boilers are built to withstand high temperatures and pressure and are made of materials that are resistant to corrosion and wear. This durability means that diesel steam boilers can operate for long periods of time with minimal maintenance.
The heat exchanger is the component that transfers heat from the combustion chamber to the water in the boiler. The heat exchanger can be designed using different materials, such as steel or copper, and can have different shapes and configurations depending on the specific application. The design and materials used in the heat exchanger can affect the efficiency and lifespan of the boiler.
The fuel delivery system of a diesel steam boiler is a critical component that ensures the reliable and efficient operation of the boiler. It is responsible for delivering diesel fuel from the storage tank to the combustion chamber, where it is burned to generate heat. The fuel delivery system typically consists of several components, including a fuel tank, Fuel pump, fuel lines, fuel filters, and fuel injectors.
|Types||Thermal power||Steam pressure||Thermal efficiency||Fuel||Power requirement||Length * Width * Height||Weight||Chimney|
|380/50||3730 * 1950 * 2430||3.43||300|
|CWNSL1.4-95/70-Y.Q||1.4||3710 * 2270 * 2850||4.55||350|
|CWNSL2.1-95/70-Y.Q||2.1||4440 * 2360 * 3220||6.18||450|
|CWNSL2.8-95/70-Y.Q||2.8||5170 * 2520 * 3310||6.33||450|
|WNS2.8-1.0-115(95)/70-Y.Q||2.8||5500 * 3260 * 3680||8.15||450|
|WNS4.2-1.0-115(95)/70-Y.Q||4.2||6500 * 3530 * 4320||13.94||550|
|WNS5.6-1.0-115(95)/70-Y.Q||5.6||7090 * 4030 * 4990||17.99||700|
|WNS7-1.0-115(95)/70-Y.Q||7||7650 * 4040 * 5090||20.43||700|
|WNS14-1.25-115(95)/70-Y.Q||14||9280 * 4350 * 5770||40.46||900|