Oil and gas boilers are often used to heat both apartments and utility water in many large apartment complexes.
In such a boiler, the combustion process is very demanding of the chimney draught if it is to work properly.
Air and chimney draught are essential parts of the combustion process, and without regulating the air supply and the chimney draught, the result will be less than optimal. A chimney fan from exodraft solves this problem.
The chimney draught is influenced by factors such as the height and width of the chimney as well as external factors such as temperature, season and wind conditions, and the existing draught does not necessarily match the fluctuating draft requirements of one or more boilers.
An exodraft chimney fan system for an oil-fired boiler optimally controls the draught and takes into account the changing draught requirements of the boiler.
In gas and oil fired boilers, the efficiency of the system depends on the fact that the correct draught is provided.
If the chimney is not properly controlled, it can lead to:
An exodraft chimney fan system regulates the draught to the desired level, and the control ensures that the desired draught level is maintained.
The result is a boiler which is always operating under optimum, consistent and controllable conditions.