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UNILUX Group boasts of its widest range of high-pressure boilers for various industrial applications.
With our extensive available sizes and uniform construction throughout, UNILUX “HS” Series boilers make an excellent equipment recommended to plant engineers. The specially-designed UNILUX Group stainless-steel, knockout baffle traverses the whole length of the steam drum for maximum steam quality at the outlet.
The UNILUX High-Pressure Steam Boiler produces unequalled quality of steam up to 99.9%. All UNILUX steam boilers boast rapid steam-generating periods of about 15 minutes to a head of steam from a cold start and will respond well to swing load conditions like no other boiler available in the market.
Standard construction of UNILUX boilers is ASME Section I rated at 150 PSI. Pressures of up to 900 PSI are also available, if needed.
UNILUX high-pressure steam boilers can also be availed as “FE” or Field-Erect units which require no welding on site whatsoever for installation. All UNILUX boilers have easy to remove and replace access-panels and replacing tubes is done without any welding or rolling (ferrule-fit models only). Double inspection/cleanout ports in all drums, industry-trusted operating/level and pump controls are mounted such that regular or daily boiler inspections are easily done.
Factory-packaged units are standardized in design with the required ASME valve/piping package and are fully tested at our facility under the supervision of an Authorized ASME Inspector prior to completion and delivery. Operating efficiencies attainable will range from 81% (without any external devices) up to 84% (with our economizer package).
Applications of UNILUX’s high-pressure steam boilers include central-heating, manufacturing process, autoclave operation, injection-process, main-plant distribution systems or in any application where clean, dry steam at pressures above 15 PSI is needed.