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Nationwide Boiler will be hosting a “Lunch and Learn” training next week for Del Monte Foods, one of our largest customers in the food processing industry. We feel it is important to continue to educate our customers on our products and services as well as industry changes.

Nationwide along with Babcock & Wilcox will give a half-day presentation on basic boiler design, operation, and performance as well as CataStak™ Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) System basics, emissions, efficiency and Best Performance Standards (BPS). The session is geared towards engineers and operators who are responsible for equipment selection and maintenance.

If you have employees at your facility who are planning for a new NOx emissions compliance project and want to learn more about SCR technology options, contact Larry Day today to setup a “Lunch and Learn” workshop in your area. We can customize a presentation that will help you learn more about the products that Nationwide Boiler has to offer and explain how they can help meet your operational needs and demands. Email lday@nationwideboiler.com or call 1-800-227-1966 for additional details!

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Nationwide Boiler's Steamlines Newsletter, Winter 2014 Edition has been released! This season, the newsletter includes a story on one of Nationwide's rental boiler's facing freezing conditions to help a district heating company provide heat to their customers, the 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth, promotions and retirements at Nationwide Boiler, and the versatility of the CataStak SCR System, with over 100 projects completed! In addition, there is a section for 'news briefs', including information on upcoming tradeshows, Nationwide Boiler's annual charity golf tournament, fuel conversion projects, lunch and learn opportunities, and a new product teaser. 

Nationwide Boiler has been keeping customers informed with our Steamlines Newsletter for decades. To see some of our older newsletters, take a look at our Steamlines page on our website at www.nationwideboiler.com. 

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A 35,000 lb/hr 500 psig design 1992 Nebraska watertube boiler with feedwater system and Econostak economizer is currently in transit to Coahuila, Mexico for Deacero Steel, the second largest producer of steel wire worldwide. With the help of representative Gary Bartlett, Nationwide Boiler was able to secure the sale to help Deacero supplement the new power island providing the gas turbine with steam augmentation and NOx control.

To learn more about the project and Deacero Steel, check out our latest press release.

Nationwide Boiler has boilers available for immediate shipment worldwide, and has shipped equipment successfully to 6 of the 7 continents of the world. If you are looking for a boiler to increase capacity or replace existing equipment, give us a call at 1-800-227-1966 or send an email to info@nationwideboiler.com

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Boiler operators know that one of the most critical aspects of operating a boiler is well balanced water chemistry.  To ensure a well balance mix involves continually monitoring makeup water, condensate, feedwater and boiler water qualities.  

ABB Inc’s Jon Penn recently published an article in Power Engineering that lists four major contaminants that jeopardize power plant operation and maintenance:  dissolved oxygen, hydrazine, sodium and silica.  As mentioned in the article, “The absence of adequate monitoring and control will almost certainly lead to both increased costs and more frequent component failures. Evidence shows that allowing boiler chemistry to vary from specified limits can result in expensive plant outages, potentially incurring costs of more than $1 million per day.”

This is an important subject for all boiler owners and proper water treatment will increase the life of your equipment.  You can read the entire article at: http://www.power-eng.com/articles/print/volume-118/issue-2/abma-special-section/four-boiler-contaminants-that-jeopardize-power-plant-operation-and-maintenance.html

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