Today on the Boiling Point, Jude Wolf, Boiler University instructor, discusses the importance of efficiency and combustion tuning.
On this episode of Steam Culture, Brent takes us on an adventure to the NASA Shuttle Launchpad. Today, he shows us how the folks at NASA launch rockets into space using water that evaporates into steam.
Getting a good seal on a gasket is priceless. Today, Ritchie and Brian Grinestaff, parts manager at WARE and the guy behind boilerWAREhouse.com, discuss boiler gasket kits and where the gaskets are located on a York-Shipley Boiler.
On this episode of the Boiling Point, Ritchie and Brian walk viewers through the different parts of an assembled gasket kit that can be found onBoilerWAREHouse.com.
For many of our customers, it makes more sense to buy a pre-assembled kit for boilers like Cleaver Brooks, York Shipley, Kewanee, and others for theannual open and close of their steam boiler, instead of purchasing the individual parts. Purchasing a pre-assembled kit will be more convenient and take care of your open and close of your steam boiler. Check out our other Boiling Points to learn more about the importance of an annual inspection on your steam boiler.
Visit Boilerwarehouse.com to see the kits we have available. If you have questions about gasket kits, give us a call 24/7 at 502-968-2211. Check out our other videos on this series. Contact WARE if you need to rent a boiler. We can provide a quote within an hour! Visit our website to learn more.
On today's episode of the Boiling Point, you will see an excerpt from our Boiler University where Jeff Barto will talk about refractory inside of a industrial steam boiler.
Brent LOVES fan mail! On this episode of Steam Culture, Brent answers a fan's questions on steam burns. Why do they hurt more than regular burns?
On this episode of the Boiling Point, Ritchie and Steve show us how a water softener operates and the different uses for each tank involved. If the water softener is not operating properly the boiler will become less efficient and cannot transfer heat correctly.
Today, Brent shows us how beef processors use steam to protect consumers against E-Coli and Salmonella. Americans consume more than 25 billion pounds of beef each year. In order to prevent the spread of disease, plants use steam pasteurization during beef processing.