A boiler is water containing vessel which transfers a fuel source into steam which is piped to a point where it can be used to run production equipment to sterilize, provide heat to steam-clean, etc. The energy given up by the steam is sufficient to convert it back into the form of water. When 100% of the steam produced is returned to be reused, the system is called a closed system.
A system that does not return the condensate is called open system
- Energy saving condensation gas burners
- Pre-warmed water using photovoltaic or geothermic energy
- Photovoltaic powered circulating pumps
- External as well as internal location