2½ PPM NOx Achieved at Source Test for 350 HP In-Stock Package Firetube Boiler
Nationwide Boiler's VP of Sales, Jim Lieskovan, expressed his enthusiasm about this milestone, stating, "Our partnership with Superior Boiler as well as Oilon, a global leader in burner and heat pump technology, coupled with our dedication to sustainability, has resulted in an exceptional product that not only meets but exceeds industry standards. This achievement underscores our commitment to providing customers with the most advanced and environmentally responsible boiler solutions available, and we are thrilled to be able to offer another proven and reliable 2½ ppm NOx solution to our customers."
The 350 HP Superior package firetube boiler is in-stock now and equipped with Oilon's LN30 (also known as the ULN2.5) ultra-low NOx burner. The burner is constructed with patent pending technology that achieves single digit, ultra-low NOx with lower residual oxygen, no air filters, and no flue gas recirculation (FGR) while utilizing conventional gas delivery pressures.
Designed and built entirely by Oilon, one of the largest burner manufacturers globally, the UL approved LN30 burner line comes with an extensive support network provided through Nationwide Boiler and Oilon's in-house engineering, service, and R&D teams. Complete burners, currently rated at 70 HP through 450 HP, and repair parts are readily maintained in-stock within Oilon's Thomasville, Georgia facility, ensuring prompt service and parts availability for Nationwide Boiler customers. Furthermore, the Oilon LN30 burner offers a 5-year guarantee for the burner head and extension, providing customers with added confidence in the longevity and reliability of the company's burner solutions.
Nationwide Boiler supplies temporary boilers, new and used package boilers, combustion-related equipment and environmentally sustainable solutions for industry. The company offers their CataStak™ SCR system as another proven 2½ ppm NOx solution, available for package boilers, fired heaters, and other fired equipment applications. For more information, visit www.nationwideboiler.com.