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Cleaver Brooks for Boiler Basics

by Shawn Ordaz Businesswoman

Source : http://www.cleaverbrooks.com/Reference-Center/Boiler-Basics/Index.aspx

Learn more about the different types of boilers available, which applications they are appropriate for, and what to look for when deciding which one is right for you. Cleaver-Brooks is the only boiler company that produces a line of fully integrated, complete, high-performance boiler systems, ranging from 10 horsepower to more than 500,000 pounds of steam per hour. Our boilers, complete boiler control systems, and boiler accessories meet a variety of challenging heating and processing needs around the world, producing lower emissions while working more efficiently than ever before.

·         Boiler types and selection

·         Steam or hot water

·         System load

·         Number of boilers

·         Performance considerations

·         General engineering data

·         Alternate fuels

            Codes and standards


About Us

 

Cleaver-Brooks is a complete boiler room solutions provider that helps businesses run better every day. It develops hot water and steam generation products aimed at integrating and optimizing the total boiler/burner/controls system to maximize energy efficiency and reliability while minimizing emissions.

The company was founded in 1929 by John C. Cleaver, who started manufacturing small, portable boilers. Cleaver and Raymond Brooks formed Cleaver-Brooks in 1931 and began mass-producing boilers. Through a commitment to research and development and a sound acquisition strategy, today the company is the sole provider of integrated boiler/burner/controls solutions and is a leading manufacturer of boiler room equipment across commercial, institutional, and industrial markets. 

An early industry leader, Cleaver-Brooks maintains that reputation today and is committed to introducing technology and products that enable a more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly generation of steam and hot water. In December 2010, Cleaver-Brooks introduced its steam-ready Nebraska D series, significantly reducing the drawing-to-installation timeframe of an integrated D-style industrial watertube system. In January 2011, the company launched the CBEX, an integrated firetube boiler system with cutting-edge EX Technology that will set a new standard for compact, high-efficiency design.


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