High temperature hot water applications are 90 degrees Celsius or above and have up to 260 degrees celsius pressure vessels and tube configuration systems. They have a cold start and low water content in the vessel and reach the required temperature within 12 minutes.

Fuel cost savings are achieved by reducing the standby heat loss associated with maintaining a boiler in a warm or hot standby mode.

They are used in industrial sectors and in public and commercial organisations for the continual demand for hot water. E.g. cooking food in large quantities, cardboard and chemical production, laundries and hospitals.

There are numerous energy saving opportunities and significant cost savings available through operation and maintenance, boiler and burner management systems, digital combustion control, oxygen trims, economisers, blowdown heat recovery, pre-heating of combustion air, water treatment, TDS and flue-gas shut off dampers.

Regular boiler maintenance will maintain optimum performance, prevent faults or inefficient operation and identify potential problems before they occur. Our engineers will check your controls to ensure mechanical components are in good condition and haven’t deviated over time. They will also check for any unburnt fuel which can build up over time as soot, as well as the tubes which form part of the heat transfer.

JBC engineers will use their vast knowledge of these systems to advise you on the most cost effective and energy saving systems for your business.