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### Boiler water consumption - Lenntech

Moreover, the water consumption is usually determined with the blow-down brine, depending on the recirculated steam and the make-up water concentration. B=S x (1 - r) x m / b - m. B = Blowdown. S = Steam rate. b = boiler water TDS concentration. m = make-up water TDS concentration. r = fractional condensate return

### 2. BOILERS - Bureau of Energy Efficiency

What do you understand by a 2-ton boiler? - Quora

### Boiler Capacity - Engineering ToolBox

In other words, I believe that your reference to a 2 tonne boiler means a boiler that has a maximum steaming capacity of 2 tonnes of steam per hour from and at 100 degrees celsius and at atmospheric pressure. In other words, if your boiler is run at atmospheric pressure and is fed feedwater that is at 100 degrees celsius it will theoretically be able to produce 2 tonnes of steam/hour if you run it flat out.

### What do you understand by a 2-ton boiler? - Quora

How much water is in a one-ton steam boiler? - Quora

### Boiler Formulas | Johnston Boiler | Top Quality Boiler

Mar 17, 2015 · Steam, Boiler, and Blowdown Pressure are the same. Combustion Efficiency is the % of fuel energy that is directly added to the feedwater and not otherwise lost or used. Blowdown Rate is the % of incoming feedwater mass flow rate that leaves the boiler as a saturated liquid at boiler pressure.

### How To Calculate Natural Gas Boiler Consumption--ZBG

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### Boiler Sizing Calculators | Powerhouse

The boiler gas consumption calculation need the following parameters: such as natural gas calorific value 8500kcal/m3, pressure 8-10Kpa, and theoretically, the gas consumption of boiler heat = boiler calorific value÷ (Calorific value of natural gas x Boiler thermal efficiency )= 2400 000 Kcal / (8500Kcal * 0.94) =297m3/h, here we take 4 tons of natural gas boilers for example, then the boiler gas consumption