Hot Water Boilers

On average, hot water boilers maintain an outlet temperature of around 110 degrees Celsius, making water the most cost-effective medium for heat transfer at such temperatures. These boilers are versatile, finding applications across various sectors including agriculture in greenhouses and farms, the chemical industry, food processing, sterilization processes, the fertilizer sector, construction materials production, the paper manufacturing industry, and in the treatment of wood.

While hot water boilers share many characteristics with steam boilers, their usage diverges based on the specific requirements of their application areas. Steam boilers, possessing a greater capacity for heat, are predominantly utilized in industrial settings where steam generation is crucial. Conversely, hot water boilers are primarily deployed for heating purposes in various settings such as:

a. Heating systems for greenhouses
b. Heating solutions for facilities