Steam Boilers and N+1 Solutions

Miura equips its industrial boiler systems with a 100 percent back up — also known as an N+1 redundancy — should a boiler go down. This means your systems will continue to run smoothly without service interruption. How does Miura's N+1 solutions work? These small, space-saving steam boilers act like one large unit with large turndown ratios — all while maintaining the highest in-service efficiencies you'll find anywhere in the global market.

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What is the importance of an N+1 redundancy?

Redundancies, or the duplication of critical functions or components within a system, are vital in the world of engineering because they can help increase the overall reliability of a system. N+1 refers to a type of redundancy that safeguards a system's overall availability should a component experience a sudden failure. As a formula, N+1 implies that components (N) are paired with at least one independent backup component (+1).

How N+1 backup solutions save space

An added bonus of an N+1 solution is the amount of space you save. In general, Miura can reduce new construction space by half or double the output in the same space. The N+1 redundancy solution is just one of many reasons why Miura remains the go-to boiler solution provider for businesses across many different industries, ranging from breweries and distilleries to textile factories and food processing plants.

Contact us today to learn more about how Miura's steam boilers are designed to achieve optimal efficiency and smooth performance for your systems.