About New Automatic Coal Boiler. Ukrainian Manufacturer.

Stoker Coal Boilers automatically feed the coal and have controls and pumps just like any conventions boiler. They are intended to be used as a primary heat and often have domestic hot water coils as an added bonus. They can be set up independently or in dual sytem with your existing oil/gas boiler. They can accommodate both hot water base board or steam plumbing.
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Revonik
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Stoker Coal Boiler: Own manufacturing. 40-50-130-250-630-1200-1500 kW (7 models)
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Post Mon. Dec. 24, 2012 9:49 am

Greetings, fellow supporters and just supporters! I apologize in advance for probably not an accurate translation. I understand English and communicate it, but my level of knowledge of the language is not perfect and I have decided to use a translator. Google's vocabulary is more to be :). I will start with an introduction. My name is Artem, I live in the beautiful country of Ukraine, namely in the eastern part (Donbass). Interested in what many, including and heating equipment. Now this is my main job. So it was that our family for several generations, a mechanical engineer. My father many years ago organized a private company and now is a solid company with a good industrial base and ingenious designers. How many remember him - he was always interested in the topic of coal, someone would not say good things about natural gas. Several years ago, he decided - with the main business, He will do the boilers. Assembled a team to analyze the market - decided on the direction in which we move. There followed a year of development, testing and certification. This boiler was successful.
Our region boasts large reserves of coal and with this problem with the cost of gas I'm very surprised - why only some companies abandoned gas? To understand the tell, gas price for citizens is from $ 100 per 1,000 cubic meters to $ 200 (depending on the quantity). The cost of gas for businesses ranging from $ 570 per 1,000 cubic meters. The cost of anthracite from $ 100 per ton. Reserves - more than 15 billion tons of anthracite.
We pursued objectives: to automate the process of burning, coal feeding, cleaning ash slag to minimize the human factor, make the design robust and reliable high temperature and get the highest efficiency. I am sure - all this we have achieved. At the moment, boilers produce 50, 100, 200 kW per hour. As a rule, mainly in the CIS countries is commonly used as the coolant water. The maximum water temperature from the boiler +95 ° C in the development of boilers are both larger and smaller capacity.
Boiler interest following the introduction:
- Availability of automatic mechanical cleaning of the heat exchanger.
- Boiler adjusted very smoothly thanks exhauster with frequency converter. Some forums I mentioned that the boiler operates from 50 to 110% of the declared rated power, but in the course of long-term tests revealed that the power band is wider, ranging from 30 to 210%. Depends on the quality of coal. At higher power than 100% of the rated boiler efficiency decreases slightly.
- The boiler itself adapts to changes in fuel quality (such as a new supplier)
I studied the forum and seen pictures of ash slag, it was not a lot of unburned coal. When burning in our boiler - it even less. The boiler is less demanding to the quality of coal, such as sintering. Sometimes it seems that from the cakes that go into the ash container can build houses :). Write all this in order to share that information with interested in coal heating. By the way, in addition to selling themselves boilers, my brother and made heat generating companies. Our boilers heating schools, kindergartens and other social services on a commercial basis. We heat them - they give us money. Boilers showed a good side, as in reliability and in the economy. Regards, Artem.
Below will add some pictures.
Any questions? - Ask! It would be interesting to talk to.
PS Anthracite - the best solid fuel!
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Post Mon. Dec. 24, 2012 12:37 pm

Nice looking boilers! Is the small 50 KW model the last one pictured, directly above the photograph of the ashes? If I'm converting it properly a 50 KW boiler would be a 170,000 BTU boiler.

It sure would be nice to see $100/ton for quality anthracite here in the USA. Even near the mines it is not at that price. At that price you could export it here and sell it at comparable to better prices than are seen for our local product. Perhaps you could do likewise with the boilers. Does the Ukraine adhere to NPT standards for pipe diameters and threads?
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Post Mon. Dec. 24, 2012 1:32 pm

First and second - is the pictures oif 50 kW boiler. Above photo of the ash is a photo of a 100 kW boiler. This boiler I love the most because He once helped me on one of my boiler in extreme cold. At a good anthracite easily managed and produced 200 kW. Yes, it is about 50 kW 170000BTU. The fact that the ad anthracite sold from $ 150 per ton. But if you buy from the factory obogotitelnoy by bank transfer, you can negotiate and for $ 100, if the cash is even cheaper. I do not think my current assets in the enterprise would be enough for a major trade coal, the more preferable to sell the product which is itself and produce as quality control is easier with a good product and the competition is less. At the expense of NPT standard answer now just can not. Most likely not, because as I understand it - this standard was developed by the United States and used by many countries. Maybe I'm wrong, to consider the detail and be able to answer. If I suggest you asked because the compatibility of our interest boiler to the heating system of the U.S.. I am sure this issue is not critical because we are manufacturer and our interests meet the needs of a consumer. Way at the expense of exports of boilers, I thought the price of our boiler is not as small as it seems, but it is much lower in the U.S. counterparts :) (ahs for example)

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Post Wed. Jul. 17, 2013 3:21 am

Added some photos :roll:
Construction of the new boiler 1295000 BTU
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fuel pipeline ( 1772000 BTU )
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Reconstruction of the old boiler house
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Post Wed. Jul. 17, 2013 6:05 am

Now that's the hopper im talking about! :D Whats is the brand name of these boilers? web sight? are they sold outside Ukraine yet? what are the mechanic's behind the grate system (how does the grate system operate?), Do you have some photo's of these units without the green shroud on?

I like the idea of the smaller boiler combined with the largest hopper (even larger) supported by joist hangers if needed, right near my basement window :dancing:

Its great to hear from folks outside PA & USA and I can say that the few people from the Ukraine I have met over the years have always been extremely kind and easy going folks.

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Post Wed. Jul. 17, 2013 6:08 am

Thanx for the update Artem---you been staying busy:)
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Stoker Coal Boiler: Own manufacturing. 40-50-130-250-630-1200-1500 kW (7 models)
Coal Size/Type: 6-13mm, 13-25mm
Location: Ukraine
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Post Wed. Jul. 17, 2013 8:16 am

Now that's the hopper im talking about! :D Whats is the brand name of these boilers? web sight? are they sold outside Ukraine yet? what are the mechanic's behind the grate system (how does the grate system operate?), Do you have some photo's of these units without the green shroud on?
Greetings! For some time boilers will have its own brand. At present, they are sold with the name of KVT (HBS) - reduction in our language hotwater boiler solid. The company, where he developed boilers has received 4 patents. For three years we have worked in the domestic market, developing a parallel production. Now we create a separate company with the name that will serve as a trademark, it will be separate from our main railway theme to produce boilers and other heating equipment.

Unfortunately we did not get Potente in countries where we are interested, I can not upload photos of some of nodes. The fact that I can - I will share. Do not get me wrong. The scheme is simple enough, but it is very effective. Yes, I have a few pictures without the green skin. As soon as I find them in my notebook - just send. On some houseboilers installed boilers without the green skin.
The mechanism behind the boiler - a pusher ash slag. The entire mass of burning anthracite coal is on the water-cooled flat surface. The boiler is not grate.
We have long developed a control algorithm combustion. Over three years have achieved this level of automation that changing the qualitative indicators of coal - the boiler does not need to be reconfigured manually. He adapts to the increase or decrease in calorific value, or increase, decrease ash content and other parameters. Very advanced algorithm.
I like the idea of the smaller boiler combined with the largest hopper (even larger) supported by joist hangers if needed, right near my basement window :dancing:
Yes, I also like when the bin is large. Housing is helpful, but the increase in bunker entails an increase in the ash drawer. I am sure that in the U.S. corporate culture is much better than ours, and coal is always consistently high quality with low ash content. We have the same people do not always deliver high quality anthracite.
The photo really boilers with different bins, but different in power boilers. The boilers with lower hopper capacity 0.44 MMBTu, with a large bunker 0.85 MMBTu. This nominal mode, the maximum output may still produce 50% more heat. Ash drawer and a bunker designed to operate at rated speed for 30 hours. This is enough for a sphere where they are used, the more boilers at full power does not always work, otherwise people will be hot . The boiler is a lower power (170,475 Btu) has more bunker.
Its great to hear from folks outside PA & USA and I can say that the few people from the Ukraine I have met over the years have always been extremely kind and easy going folks.

Thank you, good to hear. As we say - "It’s a small world.", and maybe we'll meet once :) I am pleased to communicate with people who know what is anthracite and what the riches it represents. And just wondering, maybe we have a different culture, but I do not think they are different principles. Everyone interested in learning new things.
Despite the third place in the world in terms of reserves of anthracite, our people are still skeptical towards anthracite, as I understand in the U.S. heating anthracite - normal.
Thanx for the update Artem---you been staying busy:)
Sorry, I still do not understand all the verbal momentum. what do you mean? :( :lol:
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Post Wed. Jul. 17, 2013 9:10 am

I mean----you been working hard
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Post Wed. Jul. 17, 2013 9:33 am

freetown fred wrote:I mean----you been working hard
Oh.. Sure, winter was cold. Next winter should be colder ;)

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