Solid Fuel Boilers

solid_fuel_firedSince 1949 Indeck Keystone Energy has provided over 300 installed solid fuel boilers around the United States and throughout the world, servicing the needs of large capacity steam generating customers with capability of multiple and unique burning fuels. Steam capacity of the solid fuel boilers ranges up to 600,000 pph burning a variety of fuels. Fuels used within these systems include; coal, wood, rice hulls, tires, municipal waste, blast furnace gas, refinery gas, oil, bagasse, and natural gas.

solid-fuel-1Depending on the fuel(s) fired and the design requirements of the boiler, steam capacities can range from 25,000 to 500,000 lb stm/hr.

Solid Fuels Fired Include:

  • Coal and Lignite
  • Wood and Bark
  • Bagasse
  • MSW (Municipal Solid Waste)
  • RDF (Refuse Derived Fuel)
  • Tires
  • Agricultural Wastes

Recent Projects

Cold Climate Heating and Power - New Coal Fired Boiler Using Indeck Travagrate® Stoker

travelgateIndeck 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.

solid-fuelIndeck 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.

Coal Fired Boiler For Heating Plant

Indeck Keystone Energy was awarded a contract for the supply of an 80,000 PPH / 750 PSIG stoker fired coal boiler with auxiliary equipment for field erection. The system is installed at a university heating plant as part of an emissions compliance upgrade replacing boilers from the 1950's. The boiler surpassed all performance and emission goals.

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