How much steam does a coal-fired steam boiler produce from 1 ton of coal? This needs to be calculated. First, different coal fuels have different calorific values; secondly, the boiler capacity and boiler pressure will also change the amount of steam produced by 1 ton of coal. It is difficult to calculate an accurate value under multiple variables.
1. Large-scale coal-fired boilers, such as steam boilers with a rated evaporation capacity of 1000t/h and a coal consumption of 250t/h, so that the steam production per ton of coal is 4t steam/t coal. Generally, large boilers are about this order of magnitude. In actual operation, this ratio is calculated based on real-time data, not a fixed number.
2. Small and medium-sized coal-fired boilers, taking 15-ton coal-fired boilers as an example. We can refer to the standard coal consumption of a 1 ton coal-fired steam boiler to produce 1 ton of steam per hour, which is about 133 kg, and the coal consumption of a 15 ton coal-fired steam boiler to produce 15 tons of steam per hour is about 1995 kg. 1 ton of coal = 1000 kg, then 15: x = 1995: 2, it can be concluded that 1 ton of coal can produce approximately 8 tons of steam.
In fact, we don’t need to calculate how much steam is produced by 1 ton of coal, just remember that the standard coal consumed by a 1 ton of coal-fired steam boiler to produce 1 ton of steam per hour is about 133 kg. ZOZEN——A grade boiler manufacturer produces coal-fired, oil-fired gas, biomass and heat-conducting oil boilers with complete models, which can be used in a variety of industries. For more questions, please consult online customer service!