Guide: Natural gas boiler is a boiler product that burns natural gas as fuel. It is the boiler product that uses the most fuel after traditional coal-fired boilers.
What do the natural gas boiler parameters mean?
Natural gas boiler is a boiler product that burns natural gas as fuel. It is the boiler product that uses the most fuel after traditional coal-fired boilers. It is also the mainstream fuel for now and in the next few years.
Natural gas boilers can be divided into natural gas steam boilers, natural gas hot water boilers, natural gas heat conduction oil furnaces, etc., and can also be divided into horizontal natural gas boilers and vertical natural gas boilers. Users need to consider various factors when choosing a natural gas boiler, such as the manufacturer, product quality, product price, etc., especially for the parameters of the natural gas boiler, what do the parameters of the natural gas boiler mean?
Natural gas boiler parameters refer to various parameter data of natural gas boilers, such as thermal efficiency, rated evaporation, thermal power, boiler size, boiler weight, fuel used, fuel consumption, steam temperature, hot water temperature, return water temperature, water injection temperature, etc. Parameters, let’s analyze briefly below:
1. Rated evaporation capacity (heating power)
The rated evaporation capacity refers to the steam boiler product, that is, how many tons of steam can be produced per hour. For example, the rated evaporation capacity is 1 ton, which means that the boiler can produce 1 ton of steam per hour.
Rated thermal power refers to the hot water boiler product, which is usually expressed in "MW". For example, a 1 ton hot water boiler is expressed as 0.7MW, a 2 ton hot water boiler is expressed as 1.4MW, and so on according to different tonnages.
2, thermal efficiency
Thermal efficiency is an important parameter in natural gas boilers. The level of thermal efficiency determines boiler fuel consumption, working time and operating cost. We can understand that the higher the thermal efficiency, the lower the operating cost, the shorter the working time and the less fuel consumption.
3, steam temperature (hot water boiler)
Steam boiler produces steam, which has steam temperature. The hot water boiler produces hot water, which has a water temperature. The hot water boiler is divided into pressure and normal pressure. The pressure water temperature is higher than 100°C, and the pressure water temperature is lower than 100°C.
4. Use fuel
The fuel used in natural gas boilers is natural gas, which is one of the main fuels for boilers. It has the characteristics of being clean and environmentally friendly and has low pollution, and plays a major role in fuel.
5, boiler size
The boiler size includes the length, width, and height of the boiler, that is, the size of the boiler shape. It refers to the main boiler and does not include auxiliary equipment.
6. Fuel consumption
The fuel consumption of a natural gas boiler refers to the amount of gas consumed by the boiler for one hour of operation. Generally speaking, a 1 ton natural gas boiler consumes 60 cubic meters of natural gas per hour.