Aggreko has increased the size of its rental boiler fleet across Europe, providing more options for reliable and cost-effective temporary heating and hot water systems.
The new high efficiency 250 kW and 500 kW boilers provide temperatures up to 90ºC and pressures up to 10 bar. This makes them ideal for a broad range of applications, including delivering temporary heating and hot water systems, underfloor heating, process heating and cooling, heat load testing and commissioning for chiller plants.
Aggreko has integrated three key design features to optimise boiler efficiency and minimise emissions. The 3-pass flue achieves efficient combustion, stable temperatures and reduced short-cycling; a dual-stage burner matches a site’s fluctuating heat requirements and achieves lower emissions at part load; and a 3-way valve ensures operating temperatures are quickly achieved, while maintaining tight temperature control and reducing short-cycling.
Integrated smart controls enable the boilers to communicate with building management systems and link into other plant equipment, while regulating and stabilising temperatures and providing advanced fault-finding. A master/slave control configuration is available for cost effective load-on-demand management of multiple boilers. Aggreko’s remote monitoring technology provides 24/7 observation of the boilers, backed by a rapid response engineering service, if required.
The boilers are housed in a compact canopy case, which makes them easy to transport, and permits use in confined compounds, service yards and boiler rooms.
Chris Smith, Head of Temperature Control for Aggreko, said: “The new high efficiency boilers are particularly suited to applications where there’s a need for high pressure or accurate temperature control capabilities.
“We have vast experience of designing and commissioning boiler packages across a wide range of sectors – from sporting events and ice rinks – to facilities management, data centres, fish farms and construction sites. We support emergency breakdowns, planned maintenance projects or help with the commissioning of new heating systems or heat load testing of cooling plant.”
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