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    Flue gas recirculation technology can be classified into two types; external or induced. External flue gas recirculation utilizes an external fan to recirculate the flue gases back into the flame. External piping routes the exhaust gases from the stack to the burner. A valve controls the recirculation rate, based on boiler input.Get Price

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    Flue gas recirculation technology can be classified into two types; external or induced. External flue gas recirculation utilizes an external fan to recirculate the flue gases back into the flame. External piping routes the exhaust gases from the stack to the burner. A valve controls the recirculation rate, based on boiler input.Get Price

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    Sep 28, 2016 · If the boiler room has an exhaust fan, it could adversely affect the venting of the flue gases. A mere -3/100 in. W.C. can pull the flue gases from an atmospheric burner or pilot. This could allow the dangerous flue gases into the building.Get Price

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    The upper opening provides a means of ventilating the boiler room. The use of exhaust fans in boiler rooms is not recommended, especially if the use of the fan places the boiler room under negative pressure. Such installations should be specially engineered and acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.Get Price

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    In watertube boilers, boiler water passes through the tubes while the exhaust gases remain in the shell side, passing over the tube surfaces. Because tubes can typically withstand higher internal pressure than the large chamber shell in a firetube, watertube boilers are used where high steam pressures (3,000 psi, sometimes higher) are required.Get Price

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    In watertube boilers, boiler water passes through the tubes while the exhaust gases remain in the shell side, passing over the tube surfaces. Because tubes can typically withstand higher internal pressure than the large chamber shell in a firetube, watertube boilers are used where high steam pressures (3,000 psi, sometimes higher) are required.Get Price

  • Condensing boiler - Wikipedia

    Since the final exhaust from a condensing boiler has a lower temperature than the exhaust from an atmospheric boiler 38 °C (100 °F) vs. 204 °C (400 °F) a mechanical fan is always required to expel it, with the additional benefit of allowing the use of low-temperature exhaust piping (typically PVC in domestic applications) without insulation Get Price

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    Flue gas recirculation technology can be classified into two types; external or induced. External flue gas recirculation utilizes an external fan to recirculate the flue gases back into the flame. External piping routes the exhaust gases from the stack to the burner. A valve controls the recirculation rate, based on boiler input.Get Price

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    Direct or Sidewall Vent Conventional Oil or Gas Fired Heater Exhaust compared with a High Efficiency Condensing Furnace or Boiler. Exhaust or venting of heating appliances may be horizontal, direct through a building side wall, or vertical, up through the building roof. But what is the difference between Direct Exhaust and Direct Venting? Weil Get Price

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    Direct or Sidewall Vent Conventional Oil or Gas Fired Heater Exhaust compared with a High Efficiency Condensing Furnace or Boiler. Exhaust or venting of heating appliances may be horizontal, direct through a building side wall, or vertical, up through the building roof. But what is the difference between Direct Exhaust and Direct Venting? Weil Get Price

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    Sep 28, 2016 · If the boiler room has an exhaust fan, it could adversely affect the venting of the flue gases. A mere -3/100 in. W.C. can pull the flue gases from an atmospheric burner or pilot. This could allow the dangerous flue gases into the building.Get Price

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