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   WHB2 (CHP2) Boiler Auction ID : 101002   

WHB2 (CHP2) Boiler

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WHB2 (CHP2) is also a conventional Aalborg AX-4 water tube waste heat boiler producing superheated high pressure steam with a maximum rated output of 75 te/hr and an unfired output of approximately 14 te/hr.

WHB2 is similarly equipped with twin R & V in-duct register burners for supplementary firing. NOx levels from WHB2 are not an issue (due largely to the much lower NOx levels from GT2.

The much larger burner capacity (49 MW max heat input when supplementary firing, 60 MW on fresh air firing) means that the minimum firing capacity (4 MW on supplementary firing and 6 MW on fresh air firing) are correspondingly higher than for WHB1 and therefore even on minimum firing, will produce a significant quantity of steam.


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Start Bid GBP 60,000.00 [ Convert ]
# Bids 0
Location N/A, England
Country United Kingdom
Time Left 103 days, 21h 48m
Start Time 22 Apr. 2014 00:25:58
End Time 01 Jan. 2022 00:00:00
Status Open
Reserve Price Not Met
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