You might know about selective catalytic reduction systems (SCRs) that are commonly used with water tube boilers and other types of industrial boilers. You might not have ever purchased one, though, or you might not know that it's time to purchase one right now. These are some of the times when you might need to shop for an SCR.
1. You've Just Purchased a New Water Tube Boiler
Companies buy industrial water tube boilers for all sorts of reasons. You might have just established a new business, or your business might have expanded and opened up new, additional facilities for operation. If this is the fact, then you might have purchased one or more brand-new water tube boilers to power the new facility. Even if your facility has been in business for a while, you might have recently purchased a new water tube boiler to replace a faulty one or as a means of upgrading to a bigger and more powerful system.
Regardless of the reason why you might have recently purchased a new water tube boiler, it is probably time for you to think about purchasing a selective catalytic reduction system to use with it. After all, you probably want to prevent unnecessary wear and tear from being an issue with your new boiler since you probably want it to last for as long as possible. You might already be thinking about how you can run your company's new water tube boiler in the most energy-efficient and environmentally friendly way possible, and investing in a new SCR can help you with doing so.
2. Your Business Is Renting a Water Tube Boiler
It might not seem necessary to purchase a selective catalytic reduction system for a rented water tube boiler, and if you are only going to be renting the boiler for a few hours or days until your main boiler is up and running, then it might not be necessary at all. However, if you are going to be renting a water tube boiler over an extended period of time, you may find that it's worth it to set up a selective catalytic reduction system so that you can make the best possible use out of the water tube boiler while you're renting it.
3. Your Existing SCR System is Faulty
A selective catalytic reduction system should last for a long time if it's properly used and cared for. At some point, though, your existing system might break down. If your selective catalytic reduction system is faulty, then you should think about replacing it as soon as possible. Then, you can resume enjoying the benefits that your previous system once provided for you.
Contact a supplier of SCRs for water tube boilers to learn more.