Extended boiler system planning

Do you already know details about your boiler system?

With the extended configurator you can request detailed documentation, technical values and order-specific 3D data. If values are still being clarified, you can simply leave the fields blank. The more comprehensive your input is, the more precisely we can work out an initial project proposal for you.

The periphery of the steam generator has a decisive influence on the energy, freshwater, system, chemical and maintenance costs.

Steam quantity: the quantity of steam required by the boiler for feed water heating and deaeration must be taken into consideration when sizing the steam boiler, in order to deliver sufficient steam to the system(s). However, in most cases the boilers are oversized – this results in unnecessary costs. In some cases, a significantly smaller boiler (one which is more favourably priced) will suffice when using steam accumulators.


Short-term peak loads that a steam accumulator can compensate for?

Steam: there are many different types of steam. Depending on the application, the steam must comply with certain chemical requirements or have a defined residual moisture content.

Characteristics of steam:

Steam comes into contact with e.g. food?

Installation and operating conditions: local regulations in the country of installation and the ambient conditions when the boiler is in operation influence the design of the boiler and combustion system. Do you know the details?

Lower procurement costs, higher efficiency and higher reliability are only a few of the benefits of a detailed design.

Flue gas:


Natural gas





Multifuel combustion systems: additional fuel as admixture

Waste heat utilisation: from CHP module flue gases, gas turbines, waste heat from external sources, e.g. industrial processes, etc.

Reduction of internal consumption by recovering waste heat.

Waste heat recovery: large quantities of heat can be recovered. The mass flows that give off heat are normally flue gas, hot waste water and exhaust vapour. The heat is absorbed by the feed water, make-up water, process water or combustion air.
The following measures are available for this:

Reduce power costs: in older systems, the burner fan and pumps are often operated continuously at both partial and full load. Up to 75% of the power consumption can be avoided using speed controls.

Property and condition of fresh water: the property and condition of the freshwater decides the surface blowdown rate of a steam boiler. Reducing the surface blowdown rate to the required technical minimum can make a significant contribution to lower energy costs.

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