The Graham Hospital Energy Center Boiler Replacement Project replaces four aging and inefficient boilers along with several major components of their steam plant. The new boiler system will feature two 350hp boilers, a new deaerator, surge tank system, a new reverse osmosis feedwater system, and an upgraded electrical service to power the new boiler plant.
Energy conservation will also be a major advantage to the new equipment and will be utilized using improved insulations on equipment and piping, modern boiler and equipment technology, economizers, and O2 flame control. These features will maximize energy conservation while decreasing costs of steam production in their facility. The Energy Center is expected to be fully operational by Winter of 2019.
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