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Posted by boilerman on June 27, 2002 at 06:26:23:
In Reply to: Cleaver-Brooks FLX (Bent/Flex) Watertube vs. Hurst Firetube posted by Peter Consitt on October 31, 2001 at 15:29:24:
: We are evaluating the purchase of two boilers for an industrial application. Two boilers are 150HP CB Flextube (FLX series) and 150HP 3 pass Hurst Scotch marine firetube. The process supported requires approx. 4000#/hr of steam @ 125 psi. Process runs 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. We would appreciate any feedback on experiences (positive or negative) with either of these boilers.
: Thanks, Peter
I know this is an old discussion but as far as tube replacement is concerned the CB FLX design is such that no code welding is required as the use a type of compression fitting to attatch tubes to the drums.
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