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1. interior: mirror polished, exterior: semi-luster for main body 2. material: SUS304 or 316L 3. top dish head, conical bottom
Industrial beer brewing equipment
We Kuangbo is a production enterprise of pharmaceutical, dairy, food and beer-making equipment, alongside biological engineering, chemical containers, and bespoke products. Our products are widely used in beer production, pharmaceuticals, beverage industries, biotechnology and other fields.
it is used for beer fermentation
2.jacket: dimple jacket
3.insulation layer: PU
4.as to the thickness, we can make it according to your requirement.
safty valve, CIP spraying ball and pipe at the side of the tank, outlet with valve and racking arm as your requirement, temperature gauge and sample valve
1.we can supply various kinds of volume, minimum 50L, maximun 10,000L and even larger.
2.PU insulation is adopted, jacket will be dimple jacket
3.interior surface is 3Afinish and exterior is 2B finish
4.we also can equip you with a cooling system as your requirement.
5.competitive price and also higher quality tank.
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Q:zone valve control for gas boiler?
It sounds like the circulator pump may have been making noise. If the red light was on that usually means you have power to the multi-zone relay control box and then for each green light you see lit up, that would be a zone that is calling for heat. Depending on what type of pump you have, it could need oiling too. If it is the large red Bell Gossett series 100 or HV, they need annual oiling. The smaller cartridge style pumps have sealed bearings and you cannot oil them. Also if it is the larger BG pumps you could have an issue with a pump coupler starting to go bad. Nonetheless, I highly recommend ANNUAL cleaning of boilers, furnaces and air conditioners. The manufacturer's specify that the equipment needs to be professionally serviced annually to stay within warranty and once their out of warranty they are more prone to have problems, so once a season is a must. Cheaper to find and fix a potential problem in the preseason than it is to have a system go down in the middle of sub-zero weather. Then you have to worry about pipes bursting. Check out my source page on Home Systems and it will show you a list of routine ANNUAL maintenance and cleaning checkpoints.
Q:what does carryover means from the boiler?
Most boilers are designed to product saturated or super heated steam. That means there is no liquid in the steam. If a boiler is not operated correctly or not designed correctly then it is possible for some of the unvaporized boiler water to carry over into the outlet steam. This water can contain dissolved solids and boiler treatment chemicals. These can accumulate on turbine blades and other unwanted places. In the case of boilers that produce super heated steam, carryover from the steam drum to the super heater tubes can be one of the biggest problems. The deposits from the water form small areas where heat from the boiler firebox can be concentrated. This results in tubes leaks and tube failure. Many boiler manufacturers install special steam separators in the out of the steam drum to help prevent carry over.
Q:how do Boiler master control system achieved its control actions?
A boiler master control system is, basically, the steam header pressure control of one or more steam sources in parallel. To do this, a PID controller receives the steam header pressure signal and controls fuel and combustion air flow of the different sources. . .
Q:How to calculate reliability of four boilers?
Just so you will know, there are many, many boilers that will not run for a year without some problems. This is specially true due to the many safety features that they have. Burners and flame safety systems are very difficult to make error free due to the ability of the flame sensors to be 100% accurate.
Q:Melting chocolate without a double boiler?
Make your own double-boiler by placing a smaller pan inside a larger pan filled with enough water to sufficiently heat the smaller inside pan which is where you put the chocolate.
Q:bleeding of boiler went wrong?
TURN OFF THE BOILER NOW your boiler is not getting any water and when you finally cook all the water that's left you will crack the boiler which will cost you 5k to 10k depending on it's size
Q:My gas boiler is leaking water in the heater core is there any way to fix this?
Its not too difficult to fix since it is a cast iron sectional. The cast iron sectionals have a lifetime warranty on the heat exchanger, but the warranties never cover labor, just parts. It is made by Crown Boilers, but, unfortunately, they use independent contractors, and most of them would rather sell you a new boiler than repair the old one because there is much more profit on a new install. Contact Crown and see who does their warranty work in your area.
Q:I have a central air unit and boiler. Is it cheaper to replace both or go with the forced air?
I would replace them. I live in the midwest where it is hot in the summer and cold in the winter. When my central air quit, the repairman recommended just getting a new unit and furnace as well. I suspected they just wanted my money, but after consulting with people who know about these things, I decided to replace the furnace and air conditioner. I have a two story house and it is not unusual to have $300 heating and cooling bills. The winter after the furnace replacement was cold, but my gas usage was literally half of what it was the winter before. The next summer, the same thing with my cooling costs, about $100 a month less. It will cost a lot to replace them, but it will save money in the long run. Of course call someone else for another opinion.
Q:Can you modify a boiler to heat water through a tankless water heater?
That is what a boiler does if it is set to cold start. Some boilers maintain constant temp. You can set it to only fire when called for. I cant see a tankless water heater saving money or lasting that long with that much use.You figure how many gallons of water circulate during the coarse of a day with a boiler? It would probably burn up the tankless after a while.
Q:Does anyone know how to raise the household water temp from a boiler?
I couldn't get the pdf open but I'll try to help. Sounds like a broken dip tube. This is located where the cold water enters the boiler. Shut off the water and unscrew the cold water going into the heater (might need a pipe wrench if it's really stuck on there) when you get that pipe off put your finger in the hole and pull up that clear plastic tube. That is your dip tube. it should be solid all the way down to almost the bottom of the heater and then have holes on the end. I'm guessing this tube might be snapped so it probably won't go down all the way. If that's the case then that's your problem, it's easy to replace and cheap to buy. The way a water heater works is simple, hot water will naturally rise and cold water will naturally sink. It's just one of the natural properties of water. so your dip tube brings the cold water straight to the bottom, then it get heated and rises to the top where it enters the hot water line and your fixtures. If the dip tube is broken when your water heater calls for water (like say after a few minutes in the shower) the cold water will come in, but with no dip tube to bring it to the bottom it mixes with the hot water at the top and gets into the hot water pipe before it can sink to the bottom. This would make the water lukewarm, and since showers never use only hot water, the lukewarm water will mix with the cold water at the valve and produce water that feels almost exactly like your normal cold water source. Turning up the temperature will likely not solve your problem, I think it's gotta be the dip tube.