Guide: The boiler is an energy conversion device, which is the working process of heating the water in the boiler body through the heat generated by the combustion of other fuels to produce hot water in the steam boiler
How are the types of boiler products divided?
The boiler is an energy conversion equipment, which is a working process of heating the water in the boiler body through the heat generated by the combustion of other fuels to produce hot water in the steam boiler.
There are many types of boilers, which can be divided into different categories according to different types, which can be divided from the fuel, use, and body size of the boiler. The specific breakdown is as follows:
Boilers can be divided into steam boilers, hot water boilers and boiling water boilers according to their purposes.
Boilers can be divided into small boilers, medium boilers and large boilers according to their evaporation capacity.
Boilers can be divided into: gas boilers, coal-fired boilers, oil-fired boilers, biomass boilers, methanol boilers and electric boilers according to fuel.
Boilers can be divided into vertical boilers and horizontal boilers according to their size.
The above is a common subdivision method for boilers. So what is the current mainstream product of the boiler?
With the strengthening of comprehensive environmental rectification, domestic scattered small and polluting enterprises have been severely cracked down, and this is also true for the boiler industry. From the previous traditional coal-fired boilers to the current environmental protection boilers, "a hundred flowers bloom" all illustrate the transformation of boiler products. . At present, the most used boiler product in the market is gas boiler, which uses natural gas as the main fuel for boiler operation. Gas boilers have many advantages such as clean and environmental protection, easy operation, time-saving and economical, etc., so they are deeply loved by enterprise users.
In addition to gas boilers as the mainstream products on the market, oil boilers, biomass boilers, methanol boilers and electric boilers have become alternatives to traditional boilers.