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Over the years, our industrial products have been known by various models names. Equipments Including:

Steam Boiler Is Basically A Closed Vessel Into Which Water Is Heated Until The Water Is Converted Into STEAM At Required Pressure. This Is Most Basic Definition Of Boiler. Fuel (Generally Coal) Is Bunt In A Furnace And Hot Gasses Are Produced. These Hot Gasses Come In Contact With Water Vessel Where The Heat Of These Hot Gases Transfer To The Water And Consequently Steam Is Produced In The Boiler.   The Percentage Of Total Heat Exported By Outlet Steam In The Total Heat Supplied By The Fuel (Coal) Is Called Steam Boiler Efficiency.

A Electric Steam Boiler Is A Type Of Boiler Where The Steam Is Generated Using Electricity, Rather Than Through The Combustion Of A Fuel Source. Such Boilers Are Used To Generate Steam For Process Purposes In Many Locations, For Example Laundries, Food Processing Factories And Hospitals.

Because boilers vary so widely in terms of their cost at installation and their lifelong maintenance costs, it is impossible to say whether one configuration is always more efficient or economical than another; those factors vary depending on the situation.

Hot water boiler heating supply for Real Estate Company, Thermal Group, Heating Station, School, etc.

which is used for industrial purposes, prepares oil at desired temperature by using solid or liquid fuel.

A Heat Exchanger Is A Device Used To Transfer Heat Between A Solid Object And A Fluid, Or Between Two Or More Fluids. The Fluids May Be Separated By A Solid Wall To Prevent Mixing Or They May Be In Direct Contact.[1] They Are Widely Used In Space Heating, Refrigeration, Air Conditioning, Power Stations, Chemical Plants, Petrochemical Plants, Petroleum Refineries, Natural-Gas Processing


The domestic hot water system (DHW) is used to provide hot water for the kitchen and bathroom sinks, tubs and other appliances. The same boiler can provide both water systems as long as both water systems do not mix.

The principal advantage of a pool heat pump is its high efficiency and low energy cost.

A heat pump is also dependent on the ambient temperature. The efficiency of a heat pump increases at higher temperatures, and decreases at temperatures below 10 °C.

Pool heat pumps are often thought of as being extremely noisy, but in fact they are not. The sound level corresponds to a whispered conversation. The heat pump does not cause any noise pollution except within a 5 m radius.


  • Very efficient
  • Low consumption costs
  • Long service life
  • Extremely quiet
  • Ideal for heating larger swimming pools
  • You can swim from April through October
  • Environmentally sound method of heating
  • Easy in use

Aluminium radiators are particularly suited to rooms which aren’t used very often, as the radiator won’t be on all the time but you want it to heat up quickly when it is! By contrast, cast iron radiators are more suitable for larger rooms, as they heat up slowly but will radiate heat more evenly.