Boiler Efficiency Improvement through Linkageless Control clip 5 of 5- Webinar from Industrial Controls with speakers Chuck Kudy and John Graham, October 6, 2010.
Chuck Kudy and John Graham review how the air/fuel ratio system works on your boiler, and why a "jack shaft" system is inefficient and wastes energy. You will learn why mechanical linkage systems can be adjusted to match your boilers' efficiency curve.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
This webinar will also help you understand how the "linkage-less" system works and how to determine if your boilers are a candidate for 4-10 % fuel savings. In addition, Chuck Kudy & John Graham discuss how to estimate your energy savings and how to get started on a project.
*How the traditional "jack shaft" mechanical linkage system works
*Why the "jack shaft" linkage is inefficient and wastes energy
*What a typical boiler efficiency curve looks like
*What the "linkage-less" system looks like and how it works
*Why customers that have upgraded are saving 5% or more on their natural gas/oil bill
*Actual projects that have been completed, before and after results
*Other places to save energy in the boiler room