University Steam Plant Expansion

Our client, a university in southern Ontario, was looking to expand their steam plant with the addition of a new industrial steam boiler. The challenge was that the boiler, economizer, and all auxiliary equipment had to be designed to fit into an extremely tight footprint.

Bacon Engineering custom designed the boiler to have the exit flue gas come out the top and side of the boiler so that the economizer could be lowered below the top drum of the boiler to coincide with the building's height. We also include in the spec a dual forced drive electric fan that could operate with or without a variable frequency drive (VFD) and steam turbine. The entire system meets current NFPA, B149 gas code and all provincial (TSSA) guidelines, as do all projects we engineer.

For more details on this project or to find out how we can help you expand your industrial or institutional steam plant, please contact Bacon Engineering today.

University Steam Plant Expansion
University Steam Plant Expansion

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Project Specifications

Project Description   University Steam Boiler/Heat Exchanger Replacement
Special Features   Dual forced drive fan
Limited footprint for boiler
Boiler Specs   English Boiler 150,000 lb/hr, D-type DS design
Natural gas and #2 oil
Standard operating pressure of 150 PSIG (saturated steam)
Burner Specs   Coen (TODD) Low NOx dual fuel burner (natural gas and #2 oil)
Economizer Specs   English Boiler economizer
Burner Management System Specs   Fireye single burner BMS with Siemens PLC
Hot swappable fuel transfer capabilities
Boiler Control System Specs   Emerson Delta V control system
Services Supplied   Design, Engineering, Supply, Start-up, Training

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