MAXSTEAM MSR Boiler is a reverse flame horizontal boiler, in which fuel is injected from the burner into the combustion chamber, hence producing the steam as output. Heat transfer is done by radiation through long and narrow flame to the walls of combustion chamber. After hitting the furnace and plate, fuel gas with high-temperature recoils or reverses back. Convection and conduction process takes place to transfer the heat from flue gas to the boiler water. Then the fuel gas flows into the fire tubes through front chamber, transferring residual heat to boiler water. Finally the law temperature flue gas vents out via rear chamber.

Salient Features

Design as ASME / IBR / BS. Horizontal three pass fully wet 

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