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Bringing Safety and Efficiency to A Hospital Boiler Room

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Challenge: Modernizing an Outdated Boiler Room A hospital’s boiler room, originally designed to house three 125HP boilers and a simple feed tank, required a significant upgrade to meet current standards. The facility’s steam-generating equipment was found to be unsafe, inefficient, and archaic-nearing the end of its operational lifespan. The hospital administration identified three primary goals…

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Emergency Boiler Replacement at Presbyterian Hospital

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Hospital Boiler Room Failure In December 2009, amidst severe winter conditions, Presbyterian Hospital faced a potentially catastrophic disruption. After successfully installing two of the three planned Superior Boiler Works 750 HP Super Seminole High-Pressure Scotch Marine boilers, an unforeseen incident threatened to compromise the hospital’s steam supply.  A simple oversight by a painter, who draped…

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