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New tri-fuel boiler

HURST Boiler has introduced its EGO Series 3-Fuel Boiler which can be fired with any of three different fuels – gas, oil, or electricity.

Designed on the Hurst Euro Series footprint, the EGO Series can produce power either by gas or oil utilizing a burner and/or by electricity using a configuration of resistive electric elements to achieve desired horsepower totals. Multiple combinations of combustible fuels and electricity and various maximum capacities can also be engineered by Hurst.

The EGO boiler has a significantly smaller footprint and provides more water and steam volume compared to a conventional boiler design. It eliminates downtime on switch-back from electricity to gas operation. This reduces the risk of losing system pressure and maximizes electricity on equal consumption. It can reduce the use of a stationary engineer to close the redundant boiler or switch to electricity-only operation when you have reduced steam consumption. The Hurst EGO Series boiler is factory packaged to include a Stackmaster Economizer to maximize efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

  • For more information visit: https://www.hurstboiler.com/boilers/scotch_marine/ego-boiler
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