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Boiler and Burner Technology Engineering for a Cleaner Environment. Hurst developed its first low emission (Low NOx) boiler in 1992, and has been incorporating new technologies to improve upon green boilers ever since.

Low NOx Boilers

100-2,500 HP

Steam To:

450 PSI

Hot Water To:

450 PSI

LOW NOX BOILERS AND BURNERS Available for ALL Hurst Boilers

Our boilers can burn any liquid or gaseous fuel; and come in sizes from 100 to 2,500 horsepower with pressures to 450 PSI. Hurst boilers are designed and engineered with larger furnaces, providing for inherently lower NOx emissions. To produce lower emissions, our boilers employ technologies such as; gas and air pre-mix, flue gas recirculation, and thermal reduction. We have also developed new control systems that utilize microprocessor-based fuel/air ratios offering superior combustion.

Hurst Boilers are designed and engineered with larger furnaces. These larger furnaces enable us to provide for inherently lower NOx emissions. In addition, Hurst has historically been at the forefront of utilizing burners specifically designed for low emission projects.

Currently, new technologies such as gas and air pre-mix, flue gas recirculation, and thermal reduction are being employed.

New control systems offer superior combustion, utilizing microprocessor-based fuel/air ratio controls.

Research and development projects are maintained in-house, as we continually strive to provide boiler solutions to meet all federal and state requirements, while greatly reducing "greenhouse" gasses.

The Hurst Cyclone "Phase II" vertical tubeless boilers are available for steam and hot water applications.

In addition, Hurst's state-of-the-art combustion technologies are engineered to meet the stringent requirements for California, including SCAQMD, utilizing natural gas for fuel. Environmentally friendly, these boilers are fully factory-assembled, piped, wired and tested.

Simple installation enables operator convenience, and provides for low operating cost.