Posted by JK on June 13, 2001 at 14:43:36:
In Reply to: Sizing propane boiler to generate steam posted by C hris Corry on May 25, 2000 at 14:09:06:
: Looking for a company to size and price a propane powered boiler large enough to convert 400GPM water entering at 210 degrees F, 4,000 feet altitude, to steam for powering a turbine - generator. Looking to produce 200,000-300,000 lbs of steam at 300 -500 degrees F. Need to know possible inlet pressures options to turbine, whether I have an option to superheat, propane consumption, and electric power requirements. Will be available for on line discussion. This could end in a sale.
Propane would send your company into chapter 11 if you were trying to produce 200KPPH -300KPPH
of steam, you should really consider Natural Gas, Oil Or a solid fuel such as coal or wood waste. Gasifiers with a cheap solid fuel would be your best bet.
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