Step-modulated Clayton steam generators

Clayton generators - step burner modulation

Specification of Clayton generators - burner step modulation
Fully-modulated Clayton steam generators

Clayton generators - full burner modulation

Specification of Clayton generators - full burner modulation

Clayton generator principle of operation

Steam generators are used for producing high pressure steam. They are produced as a unit run on natural gas or fuel oil with a capacity ranging from 160 kg to more than 20 tons of steam per hour.

Construction of Clayton Generator

Explore the construction of the world's most advanced high pressure steam source

Steam table

Basic steam parameters including pressure, temperature, enthalpy, specific volume and specific weight

Natural circulation

Fire-tube  or  Scotch-Marine  type  boilers  depend entirely on natural thermal circulation of water within the boiler shell. This determines its main features.

Combustion gas control in Clayton generator

Specific construction od Clayton
Specyficzna konstrukcja generatora pary Claytona pozwala optymalnie wykorzystać powierzchnię grzewczą i energię spalin

Soot and Scale Control

Control of soot and scale build-up is a critical factor in  maintaining  fuel  economy  in  any  type  of  steam producing  equipment.  They  act  as  insulation  and inhibit heat transfer so that more fuel is required to generate  the  same  level  output.

Counterflow Versus Parallel Flow

The  superior  efficiency  of  Clayton  Steam Generators,  compared  to  conventional  fire-tube boilers,  is  a  result  of  the  counterflow  coil  design, which is made possible by forced water circulation.


Reduced blowdown makes Clayton generator more efficient steam source

More Articles...

  1. Control of combustion