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New control function for Bosch boilers Bosch steam boiler at bottling plant with predictive monitoring feature Condition Monitoring basic ensures efficiency
- June 20, 2013
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A very wide range of plant data such as flue gas temperature, desalination volume and boiler load are analysed and evaluated by the innovative software and displayed for the operating personnel via the traffic light model: green means everything is perfect, while orange and red indicate progressive deviations in the boiler's operating mode, or inefficient operation. The calculation algorithms work out diagnostic forecasts, allowing operating parameters that could lead to a drop in efficiency, increased wear or unplanned stoppages to be identified and corrected at an early stage.
Condition Monitoring basic detects, for example, unfavourable start-ups, incipient water and flue gas side soiling or corrosion risk due to flue gas condensation. Efficient and predictive maintenance messages help prevent unplanned down times.
The high data transparency also facilitates energy-optimised boiler operation. Optimisation potentials are highlighted by determining and displaying meaningful plant data, including the boiler load profile, the number of burner cycles or the thermal losses caused by desalting and blow-down.
The operator also receives swift and cost-effective solutions to malfunctions via the teleservice function in the BCO boiler control. Other system equipment includes an integrated economizer and dual firing for economical and environmentally-friendly operation. The boilers are fired with either natural gas or light fuel oil.
With a capacity of 4,000 kilograms per hour, the Bosch boiler reliably provides the process steam required by the bottling plant. The steam is used in production processes such as cleaning, pasteurisation and sterilisation. The steam boiler system was moved into position and installed by plant construction company Dankl Dampfsysteme GmbH & Co. KG from Freilassing, Germany. The customer service team at Bosch Industriekessel was responsible for commissioning the system.
Bosch Industriekessel GmbH, part of the Bosch Thermotechnik GmbH, has stood for innovation in industrial boiler technology for more than 145 years. Boiler systems for steam, hot water and heating, manufactured to customers' specification, provide efficient heating and process heat for all applications. Boiler house components, which are modular in design and perfectly coordinated, together with intelligent regulation and control technology, significantly simplify the planning, installation and commissioning of the complete system. Comprehensive service support from one source rounds off the innovative product portfolio.
PI8184 - June 20, 2013