April 14, 2015 marks the 103rd anniversary of the most infamous maritime disaster in history—the sinking of the Titanic. Our devotion to boilers drew our attention to several scenes in James Cameron’s 1997 blockbuster film, which ended up grossing over $2 billion worldwide and made it the 2nd highest grossing film of all time. You might remember seeing the ship’s boiler rooms in several scenes, most notably when the ship begins to take on water and all the watertight doors are being shut to slow down the flow of water into the ship’s compartments.
Boilers contain a massive amount of potential energy when in operation. If dealt with improperly, the results can be catastrophic. Whether we are supplying rental equipment or selling new equipment, we genuinely care about the safety of our clients and our employees.
Spring cleaning – you dread doing it, but you feel so much better when it’s done. Spring cleaning might look a little different at industrial facilities across the county, this year and in years to come. Not only will they have to knock out the cobwebs, but there’s a chance they might have to convert their coal fired facility to a natural gas fired facility.
On today's Boiling Point, Ritchie and Daniel Ware discuss what is involved in an annual open and close steam boiler inspection. Boiler inspections are crucial to maintaining fuel efficient equipment.
In 2012, much of New England and the East coast prepared for the deadliest storm of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season. As Hurricane Sandy obliterated New York City, power was lost along with most daily resources, including heat.
WARE recently completed the construction of a 900 HP mobile boiler rental unit. In this edition of The Boiling Point, Steven Taylor discusses some of the intricacies that actually went into making this 900 HP mobile rental boiler and answers the following questions:
When no water level is showing on your boiler sight glass and you need to know if it's empty or full, there's one handy tool that can help you make that simple assessment.
On today's edition of The Boiling Point, we're picking up where we left off last week talking about relief valve functioning, assembly, and testing. If you missed part 1, you can check it out here. Rick Walker in the Valve Shop continues his talk on safety relief valves and in this video, actually tests a valve live as we're filming.