CBLE Firetube Boiler

CB-8614
  • Boiler Horsepower: 50 - 800
  • Input Capacity (MBH): 2,000 - 32,660
  • Steam or Hot Water: Steam, Hot Water
  • Vessel Design: Firetube
  • Number of Passes: 4
  • Fuel: Gas, #2 Oil, Combination
  • Emissions (ppm NOx): <9
  • Steam up to 300 psig
  • Hot water up to 125 psig
  • 50 to 800 HP
  • 4 Pass
  • Natural gas/propane, #2 and #6 oil, combination
  • Alternate fuel capability 
  • Waterback or Dryback design
  • 60 ppm, 30 ppm, 9 ppm and 5 ppm NOx emission rates are available

 

Proven by 70 years of experience, the CBLE not only has a history of being reliable, but offers a compact footprint, maximum safety, easy maintenance and long life. Engineered by Cleaver-Brooks to provide a low lifecycle cost.

 

The integral head burner of the CBLE coupled with its tube design enables the boiler to burn more types of renewable fuels than others in the market. The burner design also helps meet emissions reduction goals, down to <7 ppm NOx.

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  • Highest rated boiler efficiency of any scotch marine firetube boiler
  • Exclusive Cleaver-Brooks integral head burner with air-cooled front head
  • Hawk controls for maximum efficiency
  • Single source boiler, burner and control
  • Compact footprint
  • 5 sq ft / BHP
  • Low NOx emissions available

 

The CBLE firetube boiler is a complete, single source package including pressure vessel, integral burner, and controls. Components are designed and manufactured for reliability and long life, maximum safety, ease of maintenance, and the lowest emissions, guaranteed. Upgrade or retrofit your system with Cleaver-Brooks controls, economizers, water treatment systems, and all the other system components to build a state-of-the-art boiler room of virtually any size and capacity.

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