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Just about every industrial facility needs a high-quality boiler to run their equipment. However, these pieces of equipment may suffer from fatigue over a period of years and end up failing. When this happens, you need to take steps to install a temporary boiler to manage the situation.
No Matter How Great Your Boiler Was Before, Failure Is Going To Occur
High-quality boilers typically last 20-30 years in a facility before they start suffering from problems. Unfortunately, fatigue is going to start setting in on these boilers around this time. When it does, your boiler will likely become inefficient or even completely breakdown inside of your facility.
This eventuality is something that your facility needs to be prepared for because it is unavoidable. In fact, statistics state that 80 percent of all boiler failures occur due to fatigue. This type of fatigue includes thermal, corrosion, and mechanical fatigue. Each type is influenced by different aspects of your boiler operation.
While boiler maintenance can help here (such as cleaning out the water tank and adding oil), there is still a good chance that your boiler may suffer from an eventual failure. And when this happens, a temporary boiler is a good solution for your facility.
How A Temporary Boiler Can Help
When getting a temporary boiler for your facility, you are providing it with an inexpensive and effective system that will provide you with all the boiler power you need. These units are designed to be just as powerful as a real boiler, but as usually smaller. Some facilities may wish to rent these boilers during their repair or installation process or may buy one just in case they anticipate future failure.
If you end up buying one of these boilers for your facility, it isn't a bad idea to rent it out when you don't need it. For example, you could reach out to other factories in the area and let them know you have a spare temporary boiler. So when their boilers break down or fail, you can make a little extra money on the side.
So if you find that your facility's boiler is about 20-30 years old and you see symptoms of fatigue (such as poor operation), you should contact a boiler provider as soon as possible. These professionals can find you a temporary boiler that meets your unique needs and which will run smoothly and efficiently while you wait for either a full-time boiler to be installed or while repairs are being done on your damaged one.