Steam Raising Boiler
A boiler is an enclosed vessel that provides a means for combustion, and heat to be transferred into water or other liquid until it becomes steam, which is then used for transferring the heat to a heat exchanger.
Condensate and Heat Recovery System with feed pump mechanism
The condensate and heat recovery system is set up in a suitable trough-like position dug in the ground, and boiler fittings are appended and extended to and from the different heat exchangers across the factory floor.
Condensate and Heat Recovery System without feed pump mechanism
This system is gravity operated, and since level of boiler is lower than those of the heat exchangers, and same as that of the condensate and heat recovery system, no feed pump is required to draw the recovered water to the boiler.
The steam production capacities and hours of operation of the boilers installed in the factories of our major Clients, M. B. Sweets, Sriram Mava Centre, Shri Edibles and Bajrang Sweets.