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Keeping up with Industry Standards, an Avanti Review on UNILUX Group
No company can create a good reputation through accident or pure luck. There are certain standards or goals that we must set for ourselves and endeavour to achieve in time. Attaining the top-of-the-ladder level in any form of competition, especially in business and industry, requires a commitment to maintaining the standards we have begun to achieve and even surpassing them, if possible.
UNILUX sees to it that every step in the manufacture of boilers takes this principle into consideration.
The Construction Process in Brief
The construction process involved for all UNILUX boilers room all begins with the vessel. Every vessel made consists of material strictly controlled, using only ASME-compliant material. This assures our users the best quality and performance of each unit based on industry-approved specifications.
Amply-sized upper and lower drums are joined with large, external downcomer(s) which can enhance the boiler’s ability to attain maximum internal circulation. Tubes with a minimum diameter of 1.5”, SA 178 Grade “A” material are utilized. Tube sizes up to 2.5” diameter are commonly designed for boilers with higher capacities.
When it comes to the boiler housing, UNILUX always opts for the most rigid material and design possible. Individual steel panels are produced with 11-gauge steel and reinforced by bending and provided with welded stiffeners all throughout.
An exclusive feature utilized by UNILUX is the refractory design. We use a three-tier pour of various tolerance-capacity refractory for peak performance. All UNILUX refractory is guaranteed for a standard of 5 years. CONTINUE READING HERE