Our Steam Culture series continues today with a look at coffee shops. If you haven't tuned into our Steam Culture videos, check them out here.
At WARE, we know a little bit about history, and we know how important our work is for our customers. Steam has played a crucial role in our business and history. In fact, without it, WARE wouldn't exist!
On today's Boiling Point, Justin Humes and Ritchie Ware discuss how to cut gauge glass for a boiler. Justin demonstrates two different ways to cut gauge glass. You should always use safety precautions and tools to protect everyone involved. Cutting gauge glass takes knowledge and experience to be sure the glass is clean and cut to the correct length.
Better late than never...On this Steam Culture episode, Brent talks about Cinco de Mayo and the meaning behind the day. He also talks about how steam is used to cook tamales. Brent also gives a quick history lesson on the Battle of Puebla. Hot Tamale!
For this edition of The Boiling Point, Steven Taylor talks about the ins and outs of WARE's Firetube rental boiler units. Steven takes you inside a mobile boiler room and shows all the components of what a mobile boiler room should have.
Building a boiler is a complex project, but in this video, we talk about the extraordinary efforts taken to deliver a boiler for AMELIN, a high-tech manufacturer of cutting-edge equipment and materials. The Russian-Canadian venture needed a boiler for a site in Northwest Russia, where temperatures dip to as low as 20-below Fahrenheit, and WARE custom designed this system based on ALELIN's unique specifications.
WARE is introducing a new educational series, Steam Culture. Every Friday, tune into our YouTube channel to see the latest episode of Steam Culture. Our host Brent will take viewers on the adventure of where steam and culture intersect. Brent will introduce viewers to everything one could possibly want to know about steam and the historical figures that made it a crucial tool for the many industrial applications we use today.
On this edition of the Boiling Point, Steven Taylor and Ritchie Ware discuss how a watertube boiler differs from a firetube boiler. The watertube system is exposed to inclement weather elements, such as heavy rain and cold temperatures. All weather climates and issues should be considered before making maintenance repair decisions. Since these systems have water pumping throughout the boiler, all pipes must be heat traced and insulated to prevent pipes from bursting in colder temperatures.