Zozen Boiler main products include gas&oil boiler, coal-fired boiler, biomass boiler, thermal fluid heater and other series of more than 400 varieties of specifications.
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1-20 ton gas/oil fired boiler
Capacity: 1-20 ton/h
Pressure: 0.7-2 Mpa
Fuel: Nature gas, coke oven gas, biogas, methanol, liquid propane gas, diesel, heavy oil, light oil, crude oil, etc.
Industries: Heat supplying, chemical, food, textile, printing and dyeing, cigarettes and tobacco, fodder, pharmacy, building materials, brewery, rubber, hospital etc.
7-70 MW gas/oil fired hot water boiler
Capacity: 7-70 MW
Pressure: 1.0-1.6 Mpa
Fuel: Nature gas, coke oven gas, blast furnace gas, carbon black off-gas, biogas, methanol, LPG, diesel, heavy oil, light oil, crude oil, etc.
Industries: Heat supplying, hospital, colleges and universities.
2.8-29mw coal fired boiler
Pressure: 1.0-1.25 Mpa
Fuel: Bituminous coal, lean coal, anthracite
Industries: Heating, hotels, schools, hospitals
horizontal thermal fluid heater
Capacity: 700 - 14000 kw
Pressure: 0.8 - 1.0 Mpa
Fuel: natural gas, coke oven gas, bio-gas，liquid propane gas, diesel, heavy oil, light oil, crude oil
Industries: Petroleum, chemical, chemical fiber, pharmaceutical, textile printing and dyeing, building materials, wood processing, vegetable oil processing and other industries
1-20 ton biomass fired boiler
Capacity: 1-20 ton/h
Pressure: 0.7-2.5 Mpa
Fuel: Biomass particles
Industries: Heating, chemical, food, tobacco, textile, printing and dyeing, feed, medicine, building material, wine, rubber, hospital
ZOZEN Industrial Boilers utilized Circulating Fluidized Bed Boilers, which is used in power plants. Fluidized beds suspend solid fuels in upward-blowing jets of air during the combustion process. The result is a turbulent mixing of gas and solids. The tumbling action, much like a bubbling fluid, provides more effective chemical reactions and heat transfer. Circulating Fluidized Bed Boiler (CFBC) technology was adapted to burn petroleum coke and coal mining waste for power generation in the early 1980s in the US. At that time, US regulations first provided special incentives to the use of renewable fuels and waste fuels. FBC technology spread to other parts of the globe to address specific fuel quality problems. The technology has proved well suited to burning fuels that are difficult to ignite, like petroleum coke and anthracite, low quality fuels like high ash coals and coal mine wastes, and fuels with highly variable heat content, including biomass and mixtures of fuels.The technology burns fuel at temperatures of 1,400 to 1,700 °F (760 to 930 °C), a range where nitrogen oxide formation is lower than in traditional pulverized coal units. But increasingly strict US regulations have led to the use of ammonia DeNOx systems even on FBCs.Circulating Fluidized Bed Boiler evolved from efforts in Germany to control emissions from roasting sulfate ores without the need for external emission controls (such as scrubbers-flue gas desulfurization). The mixing action of the fluidized bed brings the flue gases into contact with a sulfur-absorbing chemical, such as limestone or dolomite. More than 95% of the sulfur pollutants in the fuel can be captured inside the boiler by the sorbent. The sorbent also captures some heavy metals, though not as effectively as do the much cooler wet scrubbers on conventional units.