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FB horizontal fuel-fired steam boiler

28 April 2016

Fulton’s FB range can be configured for gas, oil or dual-fuel installations and for either steam or hot water applications.

The eight boilers in the range include two FB-S models with outputs of 3,133 kg/h and 6,266 kg/h and operating pressures of 12.8 barg, and six FB-C models with steam outputs from 7,810 kg/h to 25,000 kg/h at 10.34 barg. All models can deliver up to 20 barg on demand, feature high-density insulation for very low heat loss and a corrugated furnace that maximises boiler efficiency and longevity while minimising thermal stress.

The FB is a traditional three-pass, wet-back horizontal firetube boilers. The first pass flows through the furnace from front to back. Flue gases then travel from the combustion furnace to the front chamber forming the second pass. For the third pass, gases flow through tubes to the back of the boiler stack and out the exhaust vent, located conveniently at the back of the boiler. The second and third passes travel through heavy-duty seamless tubes.

The FB-S and FB-C boilers have a liberal steam release area, making them an ideal choice for low pressure steam applications. Full modulation provides optimum performance to meet varying load demand. They have a reputation for long life, trouble-free performance and highly efficient operation. 

  • 9 Models: 2000kW – 16500kW
  • Output: 3133 kg/h - 25000 kg/h (F&A 100°C)
  • Operating Pressure: FB-S 12.8 barg, FB-C 10.34 barg
  • Three-Pass with Option of Added Economiser
  • High Efficiencies
  • High Performance
  • Three Year Guarantee on Pressure Vessel

The boiler ancillary equipment can be supplied as a factory-built, skid-mounted package where feedwater tank, blowdown vessel and water treatment system are incorporated with all interconnecting mechanical and electrical services.