## How to Calculate the Boiler Capacity of 1 Ton

Views: The boiler capacity of 1 ton refers to the amount of steam produced by a boiler in one hour, and is usually used in industrial applications. The calculation of boiler capacity is an important factor in the design and operation of industrial boilers. In order to ensure the safety and efficiency of the boiler, it is necessary to accurately calculate the boiler capacity. This article will introduce the calculation method of boiler capacity of 1 ton.

In order to calculate the boiler capacity of 1 ton, the following parameters need to be determined: the steam pressure, the temperature of the steam, the feed water temperature, the efficiency of the boiler, the fuel type and the calorific value of the fuel. The calculation formula is as follows: boiler capacity = steam production (kg/h) = steam pressure (MPa) × steam specific volume (m³/kg) × feed water temperature (°C) × boiler efficiency / fuel calorific value (kcal/kg).

For example, if the steam pressure is 1.0MPa, the steam temperature is 184°C, the feed water temperature is 105°C, the boiler efficiency is 80%, and the fuel type is natural gas with a calorific value of 3500 kcal/kg, then the boiler capacity of 1 ton can be calculated as follows: boiler capacity = 1.0MPa × 0.868m³/kg × 105°C × 0.8/3500 kcal/kg = 0.93t/h.

It should be noted that the calculation formula is only an approximate calculation method, and the actual calculation needs to be adjusted according to the specific conditions of the boiler. In addition, it is necessary to pay attention to the safety of the boiler when calculating the boiler capacity, and ensure that the boiler is operated within the design range. Only in this way can the boiler be used safely and efficiently.

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