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One of the top advancements in industrial steam boiler technology is “no furnace” boiler. Miura’s LX series of boilers is a good example of this type of boiler. When implemented within your facility, a “no furnace” boiler helps to drastically reduce the emission of nitrogen oxide, or NOx, which is one of the most harmful types of greenhouse gases that human industry emits into the Earth’s atmosphere. Contact Us

One of the more recent innovations in steam production is the use of water tube boilers. Slowly but surely they are replacing traditional fire tube boilers as the top option regardless or an organization’s steam needs. They are safer, more efficient, and more environmentally friendly than fire tube boilers. So, how exactly do water tube boilers work and what makes them better than conventional boilers? Contact Us

When an industrial steam boiler breaks down, companies often find themselves in a tough position. It’s often difficult to continue normal business operations without a boiler that’s functioning properly. Unfortunately, most see renting a boiler as the only solution until the purchase of a new boiler. The problem with that is renting a boiler can be quite expensive. Contact Us

Renting a steam boiler can seem like the only option you have when your current boiler breaks down and you need to get operations started again as soon as possible. Unfortunately, renting a boiler is a deeply flawed process that’s filled with hidden costs. All things considered, renting a boiler can turn out to be a big waste of money, especially when you consider the alternative options. Contact Us

When it comes to boilers, various models are often distinguished by what type of fuel is used to power them. It’s always important to note the kind of fuel a boiler needs because it can often make an essential difference in your operating costs. It can also make a difference in your environmental impact, so it’s important to be familiar with all of the various types of boiler fuel. Contact Us