Properly Designing and Installing a Boiler Exhaust System
Properly designed stack systems can alleviate many costly and aggravating problems associated with boilers. Boiler inefficiency, burner shutdowns, and flame ignition failure upon start-up can result from a poorly designed stack system. Following are the factors that lead to most problems:
Boiler Stack Selection Basics
Incorporating the correct exhaust system engineered with the latest technology enhances boiler efficiency. Selecting the wrong stack system or a poorly designed one typically leads to burner inefficiency and flame-ignition failure upon startup.
Freestanding Stacks Project in the Nunavut Region
Cheminee Lining completed a project for a gold mine in the Kivalliq Nunavut region of Canada. Consisting of an engineered venting system for mine generators, the company shipped five 76-foot freestanding stacks, silencers, steel support structures and breaching sections to finalize the design. Click image to view video of project.