Heating and hot water supplies are expected to be available on demand without interruption.These precious commodities are essential to ensure our businesses and industry operate effectively. When a failure suddenly occurs consumers are seldom prepared for the disruption and inevitable downtime when production grinds to a halt.
Whether requirements are for emergency or planned reasons we will refer enquiries directly to industrial boiler hire specialists who will respond with the degree of urgency achievable. With a vast selection of heating plant available comprising of standard and non standard bespoke builds, our recommended providers are able to cope with the majority of requests during periods of high demand and are readily able to respond during challenging circumstances.
LOW TEMPERATURE HOTWATER operating at 95 Deg C maximum with flow temperatures up to 5 bar g
MEDIUM TEMPERATURE HOTWATER operating from 95 through 120 Deg C flow temperatures - 8 bar g
HIGH TEMPERATURE HOTWATER operating from 120 through 160 Deg C flow temperatures - 10 bar g
SINGLE or DUAL CIRCUIT DHW BOILERS hotwater boilers from 45ltr to 4500 ltr storage 100 - 500 kW
Other features may include: Pressurisation units > Expansion Vessel > Integral or seperate externally fitted circulating pump to match the duty of the boiler > Frost stat and timer.
Dimensions of the plant rooms will vary in conjunction with the size and duty of the boiler. Fabricated type models are often designed without walk in access particularly for the lower duty boilers to minimise the overall footprint, benefiting those projects with limited access and or restricted space.
Containerised heating plant rooms are generally modified shipping containers supplied in 20 - 30 - 40ft lengths, fully accessible to walk inside more appropriate for housing the higher duty boiler plant. It is important to be aware that a mobile crane may be required to offload into postion due to the physical size and overall weight.
Certain standard build units may be supplied without expansion vessels, pressurisation units, and or circulating pumps, meaning it may be necessary to utilise the existing equipment on site to take over the duty flow rates.
Heating boiler hire - information services and activities to be provided by the end user
Ground preparation***Provide site Interface connections***Establish existing system content***Compare existing flow rates against hire plant offered***Ascertain existing pump duties***Gas supply flow rates and compatibility with burner***Provison of security fencing***Flue arrangement for dispersing emissions in built up areas***Mobile cranes for offloading and positioning***Frost protect of external piping***Fuel management regime***Boiler operating regime***Water treatment and scale Inhibitors***Critical operation Duty and Standby N + 1