Designed to achieve optimum performance given the heat available and the boiler output required.
Waste heat boilers can operate in a range of applications recovering heat which is produced as a by-product of another process, for example, Combined Heat and Power boiler projects, incineration and hot air dryers. These solutions turn heat that would otherwise be lost into useful steam or hot water.
Byworth waste heat boilers are individually designed to suit each unique installation, the design team being the leading authority in this field. The boilers are designed to achieve optimum performance given the heat available and the boiler output required. Both steam and hot water boilers are available with outputs up to 16000 kgs/hr / 9600 kW.
Byworth also design and manufacture composite boilers which offer the best of both worlds by combining a waste heat boiler and a conventionally fired boiler within a single housing. Composite boilers have a conventional fired section (gas or oil fired burner) as the primary energy source, supplemented by waste heat when available. Alternatively, waste heat may be the primary source topped up by a burner when required.
Composite boilers are sized to avoid problems often associated with more conventionally CHP systems where the small, waste heat boiler is unable to cope with big swings in demand, therefore, requiring backup from usually aged, conventionally fired boilers. The result is composites have fewer engine trips and improved steam quality.
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