We are beginning a new series to explore our the different services we offer. For our first Discover WARE series, we sat down with Bill Fogarty, Valve Shop Division Manager, to talk a little about the Valve Shop. Bill Fogarty oversees the Valve Shop sales and operations. With more than 35 years of experience, Bill knows the ins and outs of the business and has seen hundreds of projects from start to finish.
Here at WARE, we always stress the importance of routine boiler maintenance. Regular maintenance prevents unexpected mishaps and emergencies, and also ensures your boiler performs at peak efficiency. In-depth inspections are vital to the health of your boiler. It is simply not enough to just visually inspect a system.
In this video, we will review how a Flame Safeguard communicates with a mod motor. Jude joins us today to demonstrate how the Honeywell 7800 communicates with the mod motor. The Honeywell 7800 is one of the most popular flame safeguard controls on the market.
Today, Ritchie Ware and Kevin Hoey, President of AESYS Technology and York Shipley Boilers, join us to discuss York Shipley Boilers as a standard in the rental industry and in boiler rooms across the country.
York Shipley Boilers are simple in design, long lasting, easy to maintain— and it’s a workhorse for all the rental fleets. Ritchie and Kevin discusses the importance of general maintenance. General maintenance needs to take place with all boilers— in particular with the rentals.
Thanks to our guest Kevin Hoey for stopping by and talk about his product.
Happy Birthday, Bob Ross! On the latest edition of our Steam Culture series, Brent celebrates Bob Ross in true form. Brent breaks down the impact steam plays in creating certain paints, while paying tribute in his Bob Ross costume.
Visual inspections are great for quick checks, but you cannot maintain a boiler on your eyes alone. In order to keep a boiler running at optimal efficiency, technicians must schedule routine maintenance checks. Preventative maintenance can avert a total shutdown of the boiler system due to unattended issues, and, instead, allows the flexibility for time and money to fix an issue that could potentially evolve into a much larger scenario.
Available fuel type is a limiting factor for many facilities in need of a rental boiler. Depending on the location, certain fuels simply may not be available due to utilities not being run at the time of construction or geographic restrictions for moving a fuel type to the site. For example, certain rail yards that require steam for cleaning out railcars may be situated in extremely remote locations where it is not practical to run a natural gas line, therefore, burning fuel oil may be a more reasonable option to the rail company. That is a common scenario. Every once in a while, however, one may find that there is an unexpected resource that can be harnessed and utilized to great benefit.