Lacashire boiler, Mechanical Engineering

LACASHIRE BOILER :

It is fire tube, internally fired, stationary, horizontal, natural circulating type boiler. Evaporative capacity can be up to 8500 kg/hr. and can operate with the working pressures up to 1.5 Mpa. Generally it is used in sugar mills and chemical plants that is, in moderate conditions 

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