Buying a new boiler is a big deal. It’ll be one of the most expensive pieces of equipment in your facility and you’ll need to rely on it for a long time to come, so buying a boiler requires careful consideration beforehand. Obviously, you’ll want a boiler that’s American made so you can support American businesses. Other than that, here are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a boiler.Contact Us

Safety is always paramount when working with industrial boilers. Obviously, there are a number of things that can be done — most notably keeping up with routine maintenance — to ensure that a boiler operates as safely as possible. However, it’s also important to note that the design of certain boilers makes them inherently safer than others. This is particularly true of boilers that operate with a limited amount of water. Here is a closer look at why boilers with low water content are inherently safer than conventional boilers. Contact Us

5 Things Facility Engineers Must Know Before Investing in a BoilerWhen it’s time to invest in a new industrial steam boiler, the facility engineer is going to have a lot of input. After all, he or she is the person who’s going to be working with and monitoring the boiler most of the time. Of course, that means the facility engineer should have a clear idea of what they need in a boiler before making such a large investment. Here are five things every facility engineer should know before investing in a new steam boiler.Contact Us

Need an Emergency Rental Boiler? Try Quick Ship XpressHaving an industrial boiler break down or fail to function properly definitely qualifies as an emergency in most instances. Most of the time, your first instinct is to rent a boiler so you can get your operations back to normal as soon as possible. However, Miura offers a pleasant alternative to renting a boiler in the form of its Quick Ship Xpress program, which can give you a brand new boiler in the time it takes to rent a boiler.Contact Us

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For many industrial facilities, it’s important to have a boiler that can handle fluctuating load demands. Let’s face it, your steam demands aren’t always going to be the same during the course of the day. In fact, there will probably be certain times of year when your steam needs are much higher than at other times of year. If you don’t have a boiler system that can adapt to those fluctuating demands, you’re either going to fall short of your needs or waste money by producing more than you need. Here are a few tips on how you can choose a boiler that can handle fluctuating load demands.Contact Us