Martin Baylis Engineering are pleased to introduce a new vertical boiler based on the Simpson Strickland Kingdon Boiler. As many features as possible have been retained from the original. These include a dummy fire door, bottle siphon pressure gauge, copper dome at the base of the funnel, brass feature to the top of the funnel, wood cladding and brass boiler bands.
The boiler is complete with super heater (steam drier), steam valve, pressure gauge and siphon, safety relief valve, water gauge, burner and combined feed water by-pass and check valve if required.
A novel feature if that the exhaust passes through the boiler casing and into the top of the vertical fire tube thus avoiding the need for unsightly pipe work on top of the boiler.
OPERATING PRESSURE:- 45 p.s.i ~ 3.0 Bar
MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE PRESSURE: – 60 p.s.i ~ 4.0 Bar
SAFETY VALVE RELIEF PRESSURE: – 60 p.s.i ~ 4.0 Bar
WEIGHT EMPTY INCLUDING FITTINGS: – 1.65 Kilos
INTERNAL VOLUME: 0.67 Litres
HEIGHT: – 125 mm (TO TOP OF COPPER DOME
MAX DIAMETER: – 118 mm
The unit is a marine vertical flue boiler with cross tubes and internal horizontal tube. The boiler is of all copper construction with the exception of the brass mounting plate at the base, all bushes and ferules are of bronze. It is designed for gas firing by butane/propane mix.
The boiler is supplied already clad in ceramic fibre insulation and planked in pear wood and fitted with brass boiler bands.
Also included are sight glass, steam valve, pressure gauge and ceramic burner. Options include gas attenuator, combined by-pass/check valve, oil separator and rechargeable gas tank.