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PKC boilers

High – pressure PKC boilers are designed to produce process steam. PKC boilers are used mainly in the processing and food processing industry.

PKC steam boilers are produced at design pressure 0.6 and 1.0 MPa. They are built in a drum shape and are equipped with automatic block burners designed for fuel oil combustion, as well as combustion of natural gas GZ-50 and LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) Propane.

High – pressure PKC boilers are designed to produce saturated steam up to 1.0 MPa and temperature up to 1850C. Multistage oil and gas burners or dual fuel burners together with automatic control system guarantee fast start from cold state, fast adjustment of boiler efficiency to actual steam consumption by the device. It also ensures stable steam pressure in the technological system despite the variations in the steam requirement.

Depending on the process stem requirement. Wide range of thermal power (100kW – 2000kW) and efficiency (100kg/h – 2900kg/h) makes our boilers suitable for small companies as well as the big industrial plants.

Specification Unit Type of boiler
PKC
po/100
PKC
po/150
PKC
po/200
PKC
po/300
PKC
po/400
PKC
po/500
PKC
po/800
PKC
po/1000
PKC
po/1500
PKC
po/2000
Nominal thermal power kW 100 150 200 300 400 500 800 1000 1500 2000
Minimal temperature of the feeding water oC 80
Permissible steam pressure po MPa 0,6 lub 1,0
Flux of steam kg/h 150 275 300 450 600 750 1200 1500 2200 2900
Thermal efficiency at the nominal power Pa do 88
basic fuel EKOTERM fuel oil
gas GZ-50 (GZ-41,5, GZ-35) Propane
Approximate fuel consuptional at the nominal power kg/h
m3
Depends on the type of the bumer used
Basic dimensions of the boiler with accessiories lenght
width
height
1550
1100
1500
1750
1100
1500
2150
1300
1600
2450
1300
1600
2450
1500
1600
2450
1500
1800
2450
1500
1800
3250
1700
2000
3500
1700
2000
3550
1900
2200
4050
1900
2200

Type of fuel recommended for PKC boilers:
EKOTERM fuel oil
Gas GZ – 50 (GZ – 41.5, GZ – 35) Propane

  • light fuel oil natural gas