- B&W Thermal’s Package Boilers Provide Reliable Performance Under Demanding Conditions
- Boilers to be Used in Desalination Process as Part of the Production of Drinking Water
Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) announced that its B&W Thermal segment will design and supply two package boilers and related equipment for a desalination plant. The contract is valued at more than $15 million.
The high-temperature, high-pressure, natural gas fired boilers will be used to produce steam for a municipal facility serving local residents and businesses.
“We continue to see opportunities for the use of B&W’s advanced technologies in a variety of novel applications and industries, and our package boilers are well-suited for a variety of uses,” said B&W Chief Operating Officer Jimmy Morgan. “B&W is known worldwide for its reliable, high-performance package boilers, which can be used to produce power, steam and heat under demanding conditions.”
Backed by an installed base of more than 5,000 units and 150 years of experience, B&W Thermal's water-tube package and industrial boilers have an established reputation for reliability and proven performance. Engineered to meet unique capacity, space, fuel, emissions, transportation, installation and other requirements, B&W Thermal’s package boilers offer reliable power with low emissions, low auxiliary power requirements, simple operation, low maintenance and can be tailored for a variety of fuel options, including natural gas.