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If we’re being completely honest, fire tube boilers may never be completely fail-safe. It’d be almost impossible to get to a point where there are no boiler-related explosions or mishaps anywhere in the world. That all changes with water tube boilers.

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Nitrogen Oxides, commonly referred to as NOx, is a family of poisonous gases. These gases are best known for their role in air pollution, contributing to occurrences of acid rain, smog, and the deterioration of the ozone layer.

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It may not take center stage, but a steam boiler is one of the most important machines for any manufacturing or industrial operation. Of course, it’s not enough to have a boiler, you want one that’s running at optimal levels of efficiency, so you need to know when it’s time to replace your current steam boiler and look for an upgrade.

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When you invest in something as expensive and important as a steam boiler, it’s critical that you take good care of it so that it’ll continue to operate properly for a long time. With industrial boilers, regular maintenance and servicing are important, especially since any problem could potentially have disastrous consequences.

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When choosing a new steam boiler, it often comes down to a choice between the traditional fire tube boilers and the newer water tube boilers. There are differences between each type that could make one a better fit than the other, depending on your need. However, safety should always be a top priority with steam boilers, and in that respect, water tube boilers are the better option.

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