Are they running to their maximum efficiency?
How close to end-of-life are they?
Do they need replacing soon?
What shall I replace it with?
We all know that fossil fuel boilers are bad for the environment and are becoming more and more costly. We all want to move to more environmental energy generation but in many cases the funds are not available or the technology for our particular circumstances is not quite fit for purpose or affordable etc.
Boilers can be tricky to maintain and come with several issues that reduce efficiency, increase cost and carbon emissions, and could be dangerous:
- Pressure issues
- Pilot & burner problems
Almost all boilers are running below optimum, to at least 10% inefficiency. Even oxygen levels can contribute to wasted energy. We could mitigate both these issues by replacing just the burners instead of the whole boiler unit. What will this do?
By replacing the burner with a modern efficient and affordable substitute unit, you will:
- Increase the efficiency and output of your boiler.
- Reduce fuel consumption and emissions.
- Reduce cost.
- Reduce your carbon footprint.
- Extend the life of your boiler until a suitable alternative becomes available or more affordable.
As part of our tailored service, we offer a free site survey at your organisation. This will enable us to look quickly at how the plant room currently operates and identify if there are any existing equipment issues. From this, we can build a proposal highlighting where we can offer support & recommendations.
The survey will tell you:
- Carbon Footprint (via Exhaust Gas Analysis)
- Total Greenhouse Gas Emissions
- System Performance
- Fault Log
New technologies can help you save money and become more sustainable in the long run. Remote connection can give up to date data in real time on things like pressure levels, current usage and fault alert information.
REDUCE COSTS & LOWER EMISSIONS
New technology gives us the ability to save on costs in the long term. We can monitor usage and control consumption with a click of a button, giving you an idea of how to reduce costs and lower emissions.