Did you know that the first printed item in history was the Bible? It's true! On today's episode of Steam Culture, Brent will be looking at how the invention of the steam engine in 1775 created new printing press technology for the 1800s. Using the power of steam, they went from printing thousands of pages a day to millions.
If there's one thing we can't stress enough, it's safety in the boiler room. Boilers are incredible pieces of equipment weighing in at several hundred tons depending on the type. When working with this kind of equipment, it's imperative for everyone to be aware of the dangers, along with the precautions that are necessary to ensure a safe working environment.
Today on Steam Culture, Brent talks about the steam system that is used to launch jet fighters off of aircraft carriers.
On today's episode of The Boiling Point, Gerald and Ritchie address a topic that WARE gets a lot of questions about—the difference between wetback and dryback boilers.
We're continuing our nuclear theme on today's Steam Culture by looking at nuclear propulsions on submarines.
The propulsion system drives the entire submarine and originated back in 1955 with the USS Nautilus.
Nothing makes us happier than announcing a full WARE Boiler University class! Our Boiler U class happening now in Jeffersonville, IN was sold out and we've enjoyed seeing a room packed with eager students.
On today's episode of Steam Culture, Brent is going nuclear and will be explaining how nuclear engines create steam that then is harnessed by steam turbines to create power.