A domestic refinery purchased a 120,000 PPH packaged “O” type boiler with auxiliaryequipment for a plant upgrade. Indeck has previously provided this customer with a number of other package boilers at this facility. The new boiler fires natural gas and plant refinery gas to provide 650 psig superheated steam to the plant. The boiler and auxiliary equipment are currently in assembly and are on schedule for a summer 2016 installation.
A university steam plant recently purchased two new 150,000 PPH packaged “D” type boilers with auxiliary equipment for field erection at an indoor installation. The boilers will fire natural gas and low sulfur diesel fuel, and will provide 530°F superheated steam at 250 psig and no worse than 1PPM TDS saturated steam contamination to the university steam plant. The boiler and auxiliary equipment were delivered and were successfully started up.
The Army Corps of Engineers recently awarded Indeck a contract for the supply of two 120,000 PPH (600 psig design pressure) Stoker Coal Fired 2 Drum units with auxiliary equipment for field erection at an indoor installation. These units are being furnished under Phases I and II to replace six (6) aging boilers in a plant that dates back to the 1950s. The plant provides electricity for the base, along with steam heat to its buildings through an elaborate underground utility network. These modifications to the power plant building will replace 60-year-old technology while also providing the plant with the means to meet modern air-quality requirements.
A west coast refinery recently awarded Indeck Keystone Energy a 25,000 PPH Waste Heat Boiler (WHB) to provide the plant with process steam using heat from a Sulfuric Acid Decomposition Furnace which can be fueled by any combination of acid sludge, sulfur, hydrocarbon condensates, natural gas, and/or fuel oil. The unit was designed with a high degree of accessibility in order to allow for easy cleaning and maintenance during outages. Indeck has previously provided this refinery with a number of other boilers. The boiler was delivered and assembled at the site.
A petrochemical plant purchased a 160,000 PPH packaged “O” type boiler with auxiliary equipment for an Olefins plant. Indeck previously provided this customer with a number of boilers at this plant. This boiler fires plant gas providing 630 psig superheated steam to the plant. The boiler and auxiliary equipment were delivered and were successfully started up.
Refinery customer awarded Indeck Keystone Energy a 100,000 PPH “O” type package boiler to provide the plant with process steam using the available refinery gas. The boiler was delivered to Bahrain and successfully started up.
A large Canadian steel producer awarded Indeck Keystone Energy a contract for the supply of two Blast Furnace gas / Coke oven gas fired boilers with auxiliaries as part of a project to build a 70MW combined heat and power generation plant which would convert waste by-product gases into electricity at a steel plant in the Canada . The boiler design is a shop assembled “D” Type package boiler rated at 373,000PPH / 1800 PSIG.
Indeck managed the logistical move of the shop assembled boiler weighing 1 million pounds. The construction and transportation strategy used by Indeck minimized installation costs and schedule.
Indeck Keystone Energy received a contract for the supply of one 370,000 PPH / 450 PSIG rail shipped Package Boiler. The 3 piece modular “D” boiler and was shop assembled to minimize site construction cost and schedule.
A major refinery in the United States has selected Indeck Keystone Energy, LLC (IKE) to supply a severe duty Fluidized Catalytic Cracking Unit (FCCU) flue gas cooler (FGC). The FCCU FGC’s operate in a highly abrasive and corrosive environment. Indeck has successfully worked with this client multiple times to supply proven FCCU flue gas cooler designs.
To minimize the installation duration, the superheater and boiler modules were manufactured as assembled modules for setting on the customer’s foundations. Each system consisted of superheater modules integrated into the High Pressure (HP) boiler module, a Low Pressure (LP) Boiler module, and associated ductwork. Client feedback was incorporated in new design innovations based on site specific operating conditions for each design in order to improve access, cleanability , and reliability. Indeck’s design has proven thermal performance and reliability.
From 710,000 lb / hr. FCCU flue gas flow at 1035 º F. and 230 º F. feedwater:
HP superheated steam flow is 68,500 lb / hr. – Design pressure is 750 psig.
LP steam flow is 29,500 lb / hr. – Design pressure is 125 psig
Flue gas design pressure is 5 psig. – Tube and membrane wall construction
Indeck Keystone Energy was awarded a contract for the supply of two superheated 120,000 PPH / 600 PSIG Coal Fired boilers with auxiliary equipment for field erection. These systems will be installed for central heat and power at a subarctic climate location in North America . The boilers are being furnished in two phases in order to replace existing 1950’s units without impeding the heating requirements of the plant.
Indeck is using its time tested and proven Travagrate® stoker with reciprocating feeders and over fire air and ash re-inject system for lower emissions and increased efficiency. The stoker is completely assembled and match marked prior to disassembly to help the field to reassemble. Feeders and stoker drive unit are fabricated, assembled and tested prior to shipment. This is all done in our shop in Erie, PA.