Boilers for the combustion of fossil fuels

State-of-the-art design of industrial boilers for burning fosil fuels.
  • Products prepared for new emission limits
  • Quality maintenance throughout the boiler's life
For the combustion of fossil fuels, grate or fluid combustion technology is chosen with regard to the type and parameters of the fuel. The structure of the boiler depends on the combustion technology selected.

Steam boilers are usually designed as a boiler with two vertical membrane passes and one uncooled pass. The first pass consists of the blazing surface of the combustion chamber. Three superheaters are located in the second membrane pass. The uncooled pass contains EKA bundles and air heaters. The structure of the individual parts of the boiler is designed to prevent the ash from sticking to the bundles of convection surfaces and to avoid abrasion of the surfaces.

The boiler is supplied with all accessories, fans, blowers, connecting pipes, fittings, measuring, wiring and a control system.
Technical parameters Boilers for the combustion of fossil fuels
Flow (steam) 70-160 t/h
Pressure up to 14 MPa
Fuel coal, gas
Efficiency coal 86-90%, gas up to 97.8% (based on fuel efficiency)

Why us?

Boiler output from 10 to 80 t steam/hr.

Boiler output from 10 to 80 t steam/hr.

We supply powerful industrial boilers for the combustion of traditional fossil fuel with a modern design and ready for new emission limits. 
Verified grid combustion technology

Verified grid combustion technology

PBS boiler designs always respect customer requirements while using reliable technologies that ensure the device’s long service life.

Service, spare parts and overhauls of power engineering equipment

We offer our customers a comprehensive range of turbine set, boiler and boiler island maintenance services.

We provide all repairs in the framework of revisions, as well as outside of this framework in the case of sudden failures or breakdowns. The turbine repairs can range from medium repairs of individual components to overhauls of machinery including auxiliary equipment.