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MHPS supplies boilers that boast world-leading quality and performance around the globe based on stable quality built up over many years and state-of-the-art technologies.

Boilers for power generation projects convert the chemical energy contained in fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gas into thermal energy through combustion reactions, and also convert this into high-temperature, high-pressure steam-based thermal energy for supplying to steam turbines used in power generation. This makes a boiler one of the key components of a thermal power plant. Large boilers can reach as many as 80 meters in height, weigh some 13,000 tons and comprise over one million components.

Types of Boiler

Drum boiler fluid path diagram (simplified)
Once-through Boiler Fluid Path Diagram (Simplified)

While various types of boilers are produced depending on the amount, pressure and temperature of the steam they produce and the fuel they use, boilers generally come under one of two categories: drum boilers and once-through boilers.
The furnace that encloses the combustion field is the part of a boiler system exposed to the harshest conditions. Other key components include the superheater, which allows steam to pass through up to a designated temperature, and the economizer, which preheats the water supplied to the boiler.
In a drum boiler, to ensure reliability of the furnace area, a steam drum (an enormous tank) that continually supplies water to the furnace system is set up.
On the other hand, a once-through boiler comprises a simpler structure that eliminates this steam drum.

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