Hot water boilers are divided into 3 groups as solid, liquid and gas fueled hot water boilers.
Types working with solid fuel have a heat capacity of 280-11000 kW, and types working with liquid and gas fuels have a heat capacity of up to 930 kW.
In addition to the standard production of 3-5-7 bars, hot water boilers resistant to higher pressures can be produced specially.
Combustion chamber design has the volume to burn all types of coal and can provide high radiation heat input. The combustion system can be easily intervened, and a simple control panel facilitates use.
Boiler bodies are manufactured covered with aluminum foil glass wool in order to minimize heat losses. In addition, the heat behavior in the combustion chamber is adapted to a low level in order to minimize the emission of harmful gases.