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Thermal Shock and How to Avoid It

Posted by Alex Taylor, National Account Rep on Oct 11, 2016 12:35:36 PM

If you have ever jumped into a cold pool on a warm summer day, you probably have an adept understanding of thermal shock.

Thermal shock, as it relates to steam boilers, happens as a result of the resistance of the boiler structure to movement caused by thermal expansions and contractions within the boiler. These stresses occur every firing cycle in varying degrees.

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Testing and Maintaining a Healthy Deaerator

Posted by Alex Taylor, National Account Rep on Oct 11, 2016 11:21:29 AM

Deaerators are pressure vessels. Their main purpose is to produce preheated boiler feedwater and to remove O2 and CO2 gases from the boiler to the greatest extent possible. If the system is not operating as specified, major damages to your boiler system can occur due to un-removed dissolved O2 and CO2 present in the feedwater.

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A Victory for the Dryback Firetube Boiler

Posted by Alex Taylor, National Account Rep on Oct 11, 2016 11:07:53 AM

In August, WARE received the very first of Victory Energy’s new dryback firetube boilers. Traditionally, Victory’s Frontier® series has been characterized by its wetback firetube boiler model. However, with the success of this model’s production and demand for a dryback option, Victory Energy announced earlier this year that they would be expanding the product line to satisfy market requests. Within just a few short months, Victory has proven their ability to take the idea from conception to reality, delivering on their promise. WARE has a history of successes and a good relationship with Victory Energy’s watertube boilers, so with a combination of proven manufacturing capabilities, cost-effectiveness, and the availability of a reliable center-fire design, it makes sense for WARE to utilize this new design in its offerings.

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Making Tires with Steam - Steam Culture

Posted by Ritchie Ware on Oct 6, 2016 10:00:00 AM

What do vulcanization, treads, and steam all have in common?

The more that we research the more applications for steam that we are learning about! Tires are just another example of an application where steam plays a big role. Green tires are placed into a mold and steam is injected at 300 degrees, the green tire then becomes pliable enough to take on the shape of the mold for the tire tread.

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The Steam Powered MOTOcylce - Steam Culture

Posted by Ritchie Ware on Oct 4, 2016 11:00:00 AM


The motorcycle as we know it today first appeared mass produced in the 1890s.

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Why We Use Stainless Steel in Our Boiler Trailers

Posted by Ritchie Ware on Sep 30, 2016 2:47:14 PM

In the past when building trailers, we originally used checker plate steel on the floor, and we also put steel on the walls.

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Water Level Controls Sensor Probe - Boiling Point

Posted by Ritchie Ware on Sep 26, 2016 4:38:45 PM

On this episode of The Boiling Point Jude Wolf will discuss the advantages of probe type water level controls over the float type.

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Steam Cleaning Toxic Chemicals - Steam Culture

Posted by Ritchie Ware on Sep 19, 2016 4:35:03 PM

Steam has generally been used a heating or power source in the industrial world, but now scientists are finding there are likely many more applications that can improve our world. Whether it is an accidental spill or an intentional chemical attack, scientists are discovering better ways to cleanup toxic chemicals using new technology involving steam.

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