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Hospitals and healthcare buildings traditionally have one of the highest energy demands for both heat and mechanical power. Heat is required for domestic hot water, space heating needs, and steam production, while mechanical power in the form of electrical energy is used for lighting purposes as well as medical and technological equipment. Most large healthcare facilities rely on steam boilers, which are an essential component for hospital central utility plants.
Sustainability has always been an issue with the use and operation of boilers in large facilities. Most companies and facilities like hospitals that rely on older boilers operate them out of necessity. Many of them are not sustainable. Upgrading to a new boiler is the best option as they’re more sustainable.
Old hospital boiler systems consume a lot of fuel to sufficiently meet the heating and energy demands of healthcare facilities. New boilers operate on a more efficient process ensuring maximum fuel efficiency.
Considering the age of most existing boilers in healthcare facilities, it’s likely that steam and hot water requirements have changed significantly over the years of boiler use. Before boilers can be replaced, a thorough and complete evaluation of the operational and functional requirements of the entire boiler system has to be done. In most cases, existing boilers are either too small, too large, or operating at the wrong pressure or temperature for the current process requirements in a hospital.
boiler controlEnvironmental pollution and climate change have become a huge concern globally, especially among developed countries. When you consider the number of hospitals in the U.S alone, boiler upgrades can play a huge role in reducing air pollution caused by boiler exhaust gasses and contaminants like Sulphur oxides, carbon monoxide, particulate matter, and nitrous oxide. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has put in place strict measures on boiler flue gas exhaust emissions.
Although EPA requirements are based on the Clean Air Act that was enacted in 1963, subsequent amendments have been made over the years. Most local governments and states also have their own regulations on boiler emissions. It’s important to work closely with the mechanical engineer and hospital boiler systems manufacturers when upgrading or replacing your old boiler so that you implement the latest boiler emission control technology.
For many years, laundry equipment in healthcare facilities was often steam-fired. High-pressure or medium pressure steam is usually used for operation. However, with increasing energy costs, most hospitals are now opting to consolidate or even fully outsource their laundry services to not only reduce operational costs but also ensure a more streamlined laundry management. Steam usage for laundry equipment in large facilities is now getting lower. When buying a new boiler, make sure it reflects the current healthcare facility steam requirements and have the new steam boiler systems explained so as to understand functionality better.
Sterile Processing Requirements
Sterilization of medical equipment, medical devices, and other consumables for use in various places like operation rooms in hospitals largely relies on the high pressure and penetrating power of steam from the boiler. Some hospitals have opted to outsource these services reducing demand for steam in their facilities. If you’re upgrading to new hospital boiler systems and your healthcare facility has low-steam requirements, you should consider the use of point-of-steam generators.
Another alternative for facilities with low steam requirements is the use of condensing boilers for domestic water heating and building heating. These boilers can operate at up to 98% efficiency compared to around 83% approximate efficiency for steam boilers. You should also know that hot water pipes have lower maintenance needs when compared to steam and condensate piping systems.
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