Boiler Solutions

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Aqua Regia Pvt. Ltd. provides customizable boiler water treatment solutions to address common boiler problems such as corrosion, deposition and scaling. Holistic programs are available that combine chemistry, equipment, data analytic, and field services to address these and other problems and thereby drive enhanced operational efficiency, safety, and reliability in your steam generating system( boiler).

There are two types of boilers:

  • Water Tube Boiler
  • Fire Tube Boiler
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Water Tube Boiler

It is a high-pressure boiler in which water is present in tubes and fire or heating source is in the shell.

Fire Tube Boiler

It is a low-pressure boiler in which fire or heating source is in tube and water is in the shell.

Pressure range of boilers
  1. Low-pressure boiler 0 — 450 psi
  2. Medium pressure boiler 450 — 900 psi
  3. High-pressure boiler 900 and Above

Aqua Regia Pvt. Ltd. inspects every phase of your boiler operation, including feed water quality, boiler internals, fireside conditions, condensate return, chemical feed, control, and monitoring equipment, and blowdown control systems. Our programs increase system efficiency, decrease plant downtime and maintenance costs, and extend equipment life.

A boiler water treatment program’s primary function is to keep heat transfer surfaces (steam-generating and associated tubes) free from scale and deposition. The second function is to inhibit corrosion. Boiler deposits are problematic because they typically contain undesirable levels of metal oxides, mineral scale, sludge, or various combinations. Corrosion generally occurs because of excessive levels of dissolved oxygen, but can also develop under tube deposits. Deposits and corrosion can lead to boiler tube failures that result in costly repairs and downtime.

Feed Water

We have the most experienced field engineers among boiler water treatment companies, ensuring the feed water to your steam generators is properly treated and consistent. Our expert engineer and chemist provide an appropriate solution and chemical formulation of feed water for boiler or steam generating systems.

Condensate Return

High-quality condensate is a valuable boiler feed water component. To ensure returned condensate contributes the most efficiency to your system, it must be treated to achieve acceptable quality.

Additional Capabilities

There are numerous areas and components that are important to your boiler system operation. Damage can occur in deaerators, economizers, furnaces, burners, casings, drums, tubes, superheaters, and steam lines if not inspected on a regular basis. Regardless of how well your boiler feedwater is treated and prepared, internal boiler water treatment is still necessary to prevent several boiler problems and keep your system running at its best.

Water Side Treatment

Through utilizing our programs, you can achieve increased fuel BTU s, improved stack emissions, and reduced cost of oil tank cleaning. Some of the other benefits you can expect to realize include the following:

  • — Reduced storage tank corrosion
  • — Restored tank storage capacity
  • — Reduced strainer and burner maintenance
  • — Reduced heater deposits and corrosion
  • — Reduced tube corrosion
  • — Reduced acid smut

Additionally, our Fuel Treatment programs are comprised of several different control agents designed to offset your most important challenges associated with effectively feeding various fuels. Through utilizing our programs, we can help you maximize the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of your operation, through the following:

  • — Pre-flame additives
  • — Combustion improvers
  • — Slag modifiers
  • — Cold end corrosion control
  • — Dust control
  • — Freeze conditioning

We understand that the fuel you burn to heat your boiler can represent a significant part of your overall operational budget. Our Fuel Treatment programs consist of additives and services that can effectively help you minimize your fuel and operational costs while decreasing your overall environmental footprint.