Steam Boiler: is a steam-producing heating system.
Since Arabtec establishment in 1995 and for over 17 years, it has embraced a clear methodology based on leadership, professionalism, and core values. Arabtec succeeded in providing a distinguished experience in Electro-Mechanical Field. We are a high-tech enterprise integrating R&D, manufacturing, sales, and service.
Arabtec is run by highly experienced and distinguished engineers in the firefighting and HVAC industry with extensive experience in supervising and executing high-value projects in Egypt and The Middle East For The Following Manufacturers:
- Ferolli, Which Is an Italian Boiler Manufacturer Of Heating appliances.
- Brox, Which Is a Turkish Manufacturer Of Boiler And Burner.
For more than 17 years, our company has focused on the research and development, and production of industrial boilers such as:
* Steam Boiler:
It creates energy by heating water to get steam. It is a heat exchanger that makes steam for outside usage and has a combustion chamber and water container. The several varieties of steam boilers include those that are very small and those that are large for more demanding jobs.
A steam boiler burns fuel to heat water. The combination of heat and water produces steam. There are three forms of heat used to generate steam: radiation, convection, and conduction.
* Hot water boilers:
Are invaluable and provide a level of heat that some other types of heating systems can’t match. Rather than moving heat through vents and ductwork and distributing it through the home, heat radiates into each room via a heat transfer from hot water. But there are also lots of misconceptions about boilers and the components associated with them, such as baseboard heaters, radiators, and underfloor heating systems.
* oil boiler:
Is very similar to a gas boiler except it needs oil to function instead of gas. The oil must be regularly delivered to the home in a tank. The oil is held in this storage tank until it is needed for heating and hot water.
Boiler models are used for industrial purposes to prepare oil at the desired high temperatures using solid fuel, natural gas, or liquid fuel. Please contact for thermal oil boiler prices. Modern boilers with digital panels can reach temperatures above 400ºC. All of our boilers are certified.
*A central heating system
That has pipework and radiators which are connected to a boiler. The boiler provides the heat and the pump moves heated water from the boiler through the pipework to the radiators, and back to the boiler for reheating. It also provides hot water to the hot taps in your home.
There are generally two types of boiler:
A conventional boiler – this system has a pump, a programmer, and a room thermostat. You can control the heating and hot water separately by using the programmer. It heats hot water and stores it in a cylinder, usually found in your airing cupboard.
A combination (combi) boiler – this system has a programmer and a thermostat. It only needs to control the heating, as it heats hot water on demand. Hot water is available whenever you turn on the hot water taps and so does not need a cylinder to store it in.
*A solar water heater
Is a device that captures sunlight to heat water. It can be economical to generate hot water for your family (for shower and bath).
A solar heater not only enables substantial energy savings as solar power is accessible in contrast to natural gas or fuel oil. Moreover, it is a way to produce hot water for sanitary use throughout the year without emitting any CO2.
That can be used for storing water for many different uses. These uses can range from emergency fire suppression, and irrigation, to providing drinking water and taps for washing. They provide a system whereby water can be captured from a source (such as the rain, a well, or mains water), stored, and therefore supplied on demand – in a similar way to a reservoir.
Without a water tank, the water supply could fluctuate according to demand.
Another purpose of the water tank is to ensure that water pressure is kept up. The water tank will usually force the water out (usually using air pressure, a pump, or gravity) making sure that it flows properly through the system and for its use.