Electric steam boilers for applications requiring saturated steam

FB-E series of electric steam boilers can provide operating pressures up to 85 psi and suitable for applications requiring a design pressure of 100 psi.

08/18/2016


FB-E series of electric steam boilers can provide operating pressures up to 85 psi and suit for applications requiring a design pressure of 100 psi. Courtesy: Fulton Steam SolutionsFulton Steam Solutions' FB-E series of electric steam boilers can provide operating pressures up to 85 psi and suit for applications requiring a design pressure of 100 psi. The FB-E units serve in applications requiring saturated steam, including laboratories, hospitals, industrial plants, as well as food and chemical processing applications. The electric steam boilers are available in sizes ranging from 12 to 180 kW, built to Section 1 of ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Codes, and are UL listed. The boilers come with a steam pressure gauge for visual observation of steam pressure, and a safety steam valve that automatically opens to reduce pressure should excessive steam cause pressure build-up.

Fulton Steam Solutions

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