Power Outputs: 150, 180, 199, 220, 250, 300, 350, 400, 450, 500
Clean Air Exemption Listed (with cyclone)
The boilers are predominantly supplied with a so-called central fuel extinguishing device which automatically feeds in the fuel from the central warehouse to the boiler’s intermediate container (USZI). Alternatively, the boiler may be installed with a 1-1.4 m3 volume fuel container (USV). With account taken of the capacity of the boiler container, it is recommended for the present modification to further automate the supply of fuel (such as in combination with a silo). A screw conveyor is used to feed the fuel to the high-temperature combustion chamber, where it is ignited automatically. It burns out on a circular burner while primary air is fed in. The two-part secondary crown of additional combustion with secondary and tertiary air supply located above it provides for the full combustion of the emerging gases. Full combustion is supported by the deflector located above the combustion chamber, which also adequately rectifies the direction of the flue gases prior to their entry into the heat exchanger.
The same is located above the hearth, and its heat transfer surfaces are cleaned automatically. That guarantees high efficiency of the system. Optimal flow of the flue gases is ensured by an exhaust with continuous control as a function of the actual underpressure in the combustion chamber, which is continually read. For boilers falling into this power series, the exhaust fan is part of the separator of solid pollutants (cyclone). Once burnt out, the ash is carried into the ash pocket using two feed screws. The function of the entire boiler is controlled by a control unit, which allows for setting the required mode for each fuel used and simultaneous two-way communication via a GSM modem, which may be visualised. The control unit optimises the combustion process across the entire range of power of the boiler by continually monitoring the oxygen surplus values by a lambda prove in the flue gases. That guarantees the high efficiency of the facility across the entire range of controllability. Boiler power may be controlled within the range of 30 to 100%.