Hot Water Boilers


The Steam Boiler Heats Water To A Temperature Controlled By A Thermostat. The hot Water Then Flows (Either By Natural Circulation Or By A Pump) To Radiators In The Rooms Which Are To Be Heated.

Water Also Flows Through A Coil In The Hot Water Tank To Heat A Separate Mass Of Water For Bathing, Etc.

It is a closed vessel in which fluid (generally water) is heated. The fluid does not necessarily boil.

The heated or vaporized fluid exits the heater for use in various processes or heating applications; including water heating, central heating; cooking; and sanitation.

what is the function of it?

Whether the cause of a boiler accident is caused by human error or system components; they are relatively safe due to redundant safety controls. As a matter of fact; a home forced-air furnace is much more dangerous than a commercial boiler.

Are steam boiler dangerus ?

The main function of it is to heat water to generate steam. Steam produced in a boiler can be used for a variety of purposes ; including space heating, sterilisation, drying, humidification and power generation.

How long does it last?

A variety of user errors can result in premature failure or poor performance. Being aware of these issues will certainly help you to extend the life of your steam boiler. The normal life expectancy of a steam boiler is 20 to 30 years given proper care and maintenance routines are applied.

When should you replace your boiler?

The average boiler lasts around 15 years if well maintained and although a yearly service can improve the lifespan; an older boiler has to work harder to heat your home.