- Vertical Tubeless design for reliability and longevity
- Compact footprint with side mounted burner
- Large steam space
- Up to 50 HP
- Natural gas, propane
- 15 or 150 psig design
- Up to 84% efficient
- Up to 5:1 turndown
The CBT tubeless vertical boiler provides 99+% steam quality – low or high pressure – all delivered in a compact, easy to service vertical design to effectively and reliably meet your steam process requirements.
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- Full modulation premix burner includes PID set-point control with built-in lead-lag functionality and touchscreen interface
- Skid package solutions available
- Thermal shock resistant
- Quiet operation - <70 dBA sound levels
- 5 year pressure vessel warranty
- cULus Listed
- ASME "H" or "S" stamped
- Control trim and gas train are ASME CSD-1 compliant
- External Economizer option
The CBT tubeless boiler features thick pressure vessel plates that exceed ASME code requirements. The CBT has undergone exhaustive life cycle testing to ensure reliability and longevity. The side-mounted burner arrangement allows for a large steam space to deliver exceptional dry-quality steam, even at low pressure operation. The high-density, highly resilient insulating refractory minimizes thermal losses while helping maintain its compact footprint. Convenient hand-hole access and removable burner cover enhances the CBT's serviceability. The integrated burner and controls keep the CBT operating at peak efficiency. Multiple burner and control options are available to suit your application needs. For the best operational efficiency and control, the full modulation, low-emission premix burner with 1:1 fuel-air ratio control and Falcon controller is available. The Falcon control includes built-in lead-lag functionality for systems with multiple CBT boilers.
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