WHEELING, Ill., Feb. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire
The campus will utilize the four boilers, each with an economizer, to supply continuous, reliable steam long term while the facility decommissions an existing coal fired power plant. The boilers are equipped with Low NOx burners using flue gas recirculation, and while they will primarily fire natural gas, each is capable of firing #2 fuel oil as well.
According to Michael Pfeiler, President of Wabash Power, the facility chose to work with Wabash because of the quality of their rental fleet and the transparency demonstrated throughout the bidding process. "As is the case with all our projects, Wabash Power provided objective and continuous support to our customer. Our engineering driven approach allowed Boldt construction and the design team to understand how Wabash Power’s equipment was best fit for the campus,” Pfeiler said. "Customers are always going to have questions about their project, and whether the answer is simple or requires explanation, they can be sure that the entire Wabash Power team is by their side.”
To ensure reliability, the four rental boilers are connected by a mini-master control system designed and supplied by Wabash Power.
See our entire release on PR Web here: Wabash Power Supplies Four Long Term Rental Boilers to Healthcare Campus