Slant Type/VC Series Boiler
- Gas Turbine Size: 3 MW - 25 MW
- Type: HRSG
- Exhaust Gas Flows (lb/hr): Up to 400,000
- Steam Flows (lb/hr): Up to 150,000
- Steam Temperature: Up to 1,050 deg F
- Duct Firing Temperature: Up to 1,700 deg F
- Assembly: Shop Assembled
- Circulation: Natural Circulation
- Construction: Stainless Steel Floating Inner Liner and Hard Outer Casing
- Gas Flows to 400,000 lbs/hr
- Steam generation from 10,000 to 150,000 lb/hr
- Design pressure up to 2,300 psig
- Steam temperature to 1,050 °F
- Supplemental firing with stack emissions available to less than 2 ppm NOx with SCR
The Slant and VC Series boilers are ideal for applications where the gas side inlet temperature is less than 1,700°F. With a single-pass design, this series allows the boiler system to be optimized to fit in a variety of space limitations. Similar to the Maxfire®, This series is also suitable for applications where SCR or CO catalyst must be incorporated to meet today’s stringent environmental permitting requirements.
The Cleaver-Brooks HRSG achieves >80% efficiency compared to 56% for traditional technologies. It reduces up to 7.0 MMBtu/hr of fuel in conventional boilers and eliminates 2,870 tons of CO2 emissions annually per 1 MWe GT output.
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- Cold casing design with floating inner liners.
- Multiple gas flow options conform to space restrictions and minimize installation cost.
- Unheated downcomers, completely external to the boiler casing.
- Single-pass design for lower gas-side pressure drop.
- Ease of access to tubes for inspection and maintenance .
- Accommodation for selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and CO catalyst.
The Slant model offers an integral steam and water (mud) drum positioned diagonally which maximizes the amount of heating surface for a given shipping profile creating a compact design for efficient heat recovery. The VC model is a drum-over-drum design well suited for higher steam pressure applications, integrated CO/SCR (selective catalytic reduction) systems, and horizontal exhaust flow arrangements.
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