Max-Flow® High Temp Water Heater
- Steam or Hot Water: High Temperature Hot Water or Fluid Heating
- Construction: Membrane Wall Construction
- Duty (MMBtu/Hr): 20 - 200
- Circulation: Forced Circulation
- Emissions (ppm NOx): <2
- Hot water or fluid heating
- 20 – 200 MMBTU/hr
- Up to 2,300 psig
- Forced Circulation
- Available to less than 2 ppm NOx
The Cleaver-Brooks exclusive Max-Flow boiler incorporates a fluid-cooled membrane wall construction for the furnace and heating coil enclosure, creating a highly efficient, shop-assembled package.
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- Fluid-cooled membrane wall construction.
- Optimized flow pattern controls film temperature and local heat flux rates.
- Combination of bare tubes and various degrees of finned tubes in a staggered or inline arrangement for optimized heat transfer and pressure drop.
- Horizontal or vertical outlet fits any space requirement.
- Steel or aluminum casing, depending on your preference.
- Custom-engineered design to accommodate space requirements.
- Can accommodate selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and CO catalyst.
Max-Flow Thermal Fluid Heater (TFH) and High Temperature Hot Water (HTHW) generators are available for most applications ranging from 20-200 MMBTU/hr. They incorporate a fluid-cooled membrane wall construction for the furnace and heating coil enclosure, creating a highly efficient, shop-assembled package. They can be fitted with a register burner or designed to recover heat from turbine exhaust and supplemented with a duct burner, up to 2,800˚F. This is a highly-efficient forced circulation design that will last for years to come.
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