Stresses codes and safety throughout with emphasis on warnings and consequences where applicable. Contains 16 procedures for reducing fuel costs, plus simple graphs and instructions for checking, improving, and calculating boiler efficiency and fuel consumption. Covers topics not discussed in other books, such as splitting the plant load between two or more boilers, cogeneration and its impact on boiler plant operation, high-altitude operation, plus much more. Provides directions for setting up a preventive maintenance program. Lists causes and cures for common boiler troubles and detailed procedures for accidents. Offers vital information on water and water treatment, allowing the reader to properly understand and follow the necessary procedures. Includes a section on deliberately overfiring a boiler, discussing the limitations, dangers, and suggested procedures with appropriate warnings.
Title: Industrial Boiler Management: An Operator's Guide
Edition: Ex Libris, 2nd. Ed.
Publisher: New York, New York, U.S.A., Industrial Press: 1989
ISBN Number: 0831130180
ISBN Number 13: 9780831130183
Binding: Oversize Hardback
Book Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: Very Good
Seller ID: 100055
Description: Ex-library book with usual stamps, stickers, etc. Binding is solid and text is clean. 412 pages, contents include: Air for Cumbustion, Fuels and Conbustion Principles; Fuel Oil Systems; Fuel Gas Systems, Water for the Boiler; Water-Treatment Methods; Internal Boiler Water Treatment; Combustion Controls; Boiler Trim,; Boiler Attendant; Getting Boiler on the Line; Record Keeping; energy conservation basics; fine-Tuning the Boiler; etc. 30 chapters in all, with 10 appendices; charts, graphs, mechanical illustrations. Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask.