A novelty among alternative fuel boilers is the CO2-neutral UNIVERSAL ELSB electric steam boiler, which leaves no carbon footprint and is completely environmentally friendly.
One of the main advantages of the ELSB boiler is its high efficiency of saturated steam generation – up to 99.6%.
Thanks to the use of electricity as a source for steam production, a potential investor can count on reduced operating costs, as there is no need for expenses related to the gas and flue gas installation, their maintenance and annual inspections.
Advantages of steam boilers UNIVERSAL ELSB:
- Start-up time reduced compared to conventional units fueled by natural gas or fuel oil
- High efficiency of saturated steam production – up to 99.6%
- Can be combined with a wide range of modular accessories, such as pump module, WSM feedwater tank module, BEM drain, expansion and cooling module, etc.
- Zero CO2 emissions resulting from the absence of gas or oil installation
- Execution in accordance with EN12953
- Intuitive control and operation from a touch panel on the BCO system
- High steam quality resulting from the extensive steam space
- Maximum allowable operating pressure – 16 bar
- 6 output variants ranging from 350 kg/h to 7500 kg/h
- Compact dimensions
Our equipment complies with all requirements under the applicable European and Polish regulations on construction, equipment and emissions. In terms of construction and equipment, this applies in particular to the requirements of Directive 2014/68/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) on the harmonization of the laws of the Member States relating to the making available on the market of pressure equipment (so-called. Pressure Directive PED) and Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/426 on appliances burning gaseous fuels (the so-called GAD Directive), together with the relevant Polish regulations implementing them, i.e. Regulation of the Minister of Development of July 11, 2016 on requirements for pressure equipment and pressure equipment assemblies (Journal of Laws of July 15, 2016, item 1036).
In terms of emission standards, this refers in particular to the Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU 2015/2193) of November 25, 2015 on the limitation of emissions of certain pollutants into the air from medium-sized combustion plants (the so-called MCPD Directive), Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2010/75/EU on industrial emissions (integrated pollution prevention and control) (the so-called IED Directive), Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2017/1442 of July 31, 2017. establishing conclusions on best available techniques (BAT) for large combustion plants in accordance with the IED Directive and relevant Polish regulations implementing the aforementioned directives, i.e. Environmental Protection Law (Journal of Laws of 2017, item 519) and Regulation of the Minister of Environment of March 1, 2018 on emission standards for certain types of installations, fuel combustion sources and waste combustion or co-incineration devices (Journal of Laws of April 6, 2018, Item 680).