BME, with its experience in design and construction of boilers and steam generators, is a qualified company to help you to get the best of any kind of fuel.
Over the years we have collected extensive detailed information on supplied and installed boilers and based on this extensive experience BME offers designs that utilize any fuel with maximum operation efficiency. All designs employ proven techniques and use components that meet or exceed performance requirements while conforming to the environmental standards and customer standards.
BME attention is orientated to total integration and optimization of the systems. This is possible by listing and meeting customer specific needs.
Furnaces are constructed of welded fin-tube water walls and dimensioned to meet the necessary residence time and thermal liberations, allowing proper and completely combustion increasing the combustion efficiency.
The design includes natural circulation in all furnace circuits, which responds rapidly to load changes, while maintaining peak performance over the full range of steam flow.
The welded fin-tube water wall construction is an efficient heat absorbing arrangement that contributes to high levels of efficiency by greatly reducing refractory maintenance, casing corrosion and air or gas leakage thought the life of the equipment. It is equally effective with pressurized or balanced draft operation.
Firing System Design:
Firing systems for all fuels are engineered to achieve efficient combustion with safety, ease of control, reliability, low emissions and a minimum of maintenance.
Furnaces are generously sized to ensure complete combustion.
All boilers designed by BME incorporate proven technologies to optimize combustion and maintain emissions within required limits.
Auxiliary Equipment and Controls:
All equipment and control that require operator attention are conveniently located and readily accessible.
Modularized supply to reduce field installation costs.
Designed for easy operation, low maintenance and low auxiliary power consumption.
Reduced use of refractory:
Most of solid fuel boilers are designed with single pass (crossed type) or longitudinal type through metallic baffles, thus avoiding the need of refractory and associated maintenance.
Observation and access doors:
To assure the operators complete control of operating conditions, all boilers are amply equipped with observation ports and access doors.
Drum internals are equipped with horizontal separators and chevron dryers.
Internals are prefabricated, which are easy to install and remove and provide dry steam to superheater and steam-free water to the downcomer system.