The cost issue is a matter of great concern to every user who purchases and uses gas-fired steam boilers. After all, it is directly linked to the overall production efficiency of the enterprise. There are many types of gas-fired steam boilers. Different types have different operating efficiencies of the boilers. Naturally, the input costs of the boilers are also different. As a professional natural gas boiler
manufacturer, Fangkuai Boiler has a very good understanding of the cost of gas boilers. Listen to Fangkuai boiler technical experts to explain to you the cost of burning one ton of steam in a gas boiler!
Generally speaking, the thermal efficiency of ordinary gas-fired steam boilers is about 85%, and it takes about 90 cubic meters of natural gas to burn one ton of steam, while the thermal efficiency of WNS condensing gas-fired steam boilers is generally above 98%, and it only takes 70% to burn one ton of steam. About cubic meters of natural gas is enough. The fuel input cost of the two types of gas-fired steam boilers
is very different, mainly because the boiler structure is different and the thermal efficiency is different.
The WNS condensing gas-fired steam boiler adds condensation recovery technology to the boiler, which can recover and reuse a large amount of latent heat in the flue gas generated after the boiler is operated. The thermal efficiency of the boiler can reach 98%, which is very energy-saving
The ordinary type of gas-fired steam boiler only transfers the heat energy generated by the combustion of the fuel to the boiler, and does not recycle the latent heat of the flue gas. The thermal efficiency is naturally lower than that of the WNS condensing gas-fired steam boiler
Of course, there are many factors that affect the operating cost of gas-fired steam boilers, such as whether the gas can be fully burned, boiler insulation, flue gas temperature, boiler structure, and the number of flue pipes, all of which will affect the thermal efficiency of the boiler and thus affect the input cost of the boiler.