Biomass Thermal Energy Ltd.
Auto Tube Cleaners

WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO BURN?

... coal, corn, wood, pellets, flax shive, sunflower, wheat straw, switch grass, cherry pits, chicken manure, rice hulls, cellulose, processed manure, asr, rubber, nut shells, peach pits, pecan waste and more ...

Automatic Tube Cleaners

(Distributors for BET Tube Cleaners)
Automatic Tube Cleaners
Cleaning Tubes by Hand is Inefficient
•A dirty, messy job that's often put-off or avoided
• Not practical when done manually.
Boilers would have to be cleaned at least 3 to 4
times per day to maintain peak efficiency.
• Costly in terms of labor. Often scheduled
"after hours" at overtime rates.
• Soot has five times the insulating value of asbestos.
• Accumulations of soot waste fuel.
• Clean boilers deliver more heat per fuel dollar.
Saves the Boiler
• Sulfur and vanadium in soot causes pitting and corrosion of boiler surfaces.
• Baked-on soot can eventually cause boiler tube failures.
• Automatic tube cleaning increases boiler tube life-expectancy.


Pays for Itself

• 6 to 20% annual fuel savings result from increased boiler
• No downtime or lost production for cleaning.
• Helps increase boiler output to meet increasing demand.


Low Cost Operation... Maintenance Free

• Cleans according to demand-tied into burner controls.
• No moving parts. All Welded construction.


Cuts Air Pollution

• Helps control stack emissions.
• Most of soot reburned.
• Clean boilers use less fuel.
FOR ALL TYPES OF FIRETUBE BOILERS
• 2, 3, 4-pass
• Firebox or Scotch Marine
• Induced or natural draft


TYPICAL APPLICATIONS

• Heavy Oil
• Coal
• Wood
• Waste Heat
• Any Residual Fuel