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Posted by TM on July 18, 2007 at 10:55:48:
We are being solicited by a company trying to get us to test an Emulsion(water) process. They showed us test results from an application of the process on a firetube boiler, claiming reduction in fuel ratio to steam production, reduced NOX, and less soot.
Does anyone have experience with or know of any use of this process on high pressure boilers burning number 6 oil? We operate at 450psig and 650F superheat, We pre-heat our number 6 oil to 225F at the burner. It seems to me that emulsion would increase stack losses do to production of superheated water vapor.
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