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Steam Boilers

Miura’s modular, low NOx steam boilers allow facilities across countless industrial applications to attain optimal boiler efficiency ratings, prioritize safety, and enjoy outstanding reliability.

LX Gas-Fired Steam Boilers

Capable of reaching NOx regulations as low as 9ppm NOx at 3% corrected O2, Miura’s LX Gas-Fired Industrial Steam Boilers exceed your company's energy efficiency levels and sustainability goals. Learn More

EX Dual Fuel Steam Boilers

Miura's EX Gas and Oil Series Industrial Steam Boiler allows for operation when fuel curtailing occurs. Learn More

Benefits of Miura Industrial Boilers

Discover why Miura remains the global leader in modular, on-demand steam generation solutions.

On-Demand Steam Solution
Unlike traditional fire tube boilers, Miura’s water tube boiler systems are capable of producing steam from a cold startup in five minutes or less. This ensures you’re only producing steam when your hot water and heating systems need it.
Compact Footprint
Unlike conventional firetube boilers, Miura’s industrial water tube boiler systems feature low-volume water tube pressure vessels that save space, simplify boiler installation, and eliminate the need for tube pull-space or door-swing space.
Modular
With Miura's modular steam systems, you can meet fluctuating load demands, conserve fuel, scale production easily, and extend the lifespan of your boiler plant.
Safety
Miura boilers are safer by design. With more than 140,000 units in operations, Miura’s once-through industrial steam boilers have never experienced a catastrophic vessel failure resulting in casualty.
Efficiency
Wasting fuel and resources costs money. The low water volume design of Miura water tube boilers provide optimal heat transfer and offer fuel-to-steam efficiencies of 85% +/-, which translates into major fuel savings.
Reliability
Miura boilers are equipped with a user-friendly communication panel that alerts you if something is not right. This allows you to catch issues early and avoid costly downtime.

Choosing the Best Industrial Boiler For Your Facility

Miura offers two types of boilers — the LX gas-fired boiler series and the EX dual fuel boiler series — which are available as both low-pressure and high-pressure models to meet your specific power generation needs.

Designed and manufactured in the United States, our boiler systems are backed by the industry’s only pressure vessel guarantee against corrosion. Our facility in Rockmart, Georgia maintains ASME S, H, U and R stamps, builds UL certified products, and meets all applicable ASME and NB codes.

So, which boiler type is best for your facility’s boiler room? Let’s break down the differences:

Miura LX 300 Boiler

 

Miura’s high-efficiency, gas-fired LX industrial boilers are compact, modular water tube boilers that offer ultra-low NOx ratings and a low water volume design for optimal heat transfer.

The LX uses natural gas, propane, or both depending on the model. The boiler’s ’floating header’ design greatly reduces stress and allows for the use of cold feedwater without the fear of thermal shock.

Due to its compact footprint and ultra-low emissions ratings, the LX Series is a popular choice for breweries, distilleries, universities, laundry companies, and other facilities that may be operating with limited floor space. They are also the clear choice for companies seeking a more planet-friendly steam source that stays one step ahead of emissions regulations.

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Miura’s EX industrial boilers are incredibly versatile high-pressure steam systems that may be used with natural gas, propane, or #2 fuel oil.

The EX offers NOx ratings as low as 30 ppm depending on the model and a compact footprint that occupies 33% less boiler room space than a typical fire tube boiler.

The EX Series can quickly and easily switch between #2 oil and natural gas/propane, which makes it a popular choice for hospitals that are required to have a secondary fuel source.

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