Oil and gas boilers generally burn a variety of liquid fuels and gaseous fuels. Oil and gas boilers can be used alone or in separate gas or oil and gas, depending on the actual needs of the customer.
Liquid fuels commonly used in oil and gas boilers include light oil (such as diesel), heavy oil, residual oil or crude oil.
Gas fuels commonly used in oil and gas boilers generally include gas, natural gas, and liquefied petroleum gas, and artificial gases such as biogas are used as fuel.
Natural gas calorific value Qdw = 38000KJ / Nm3
Biogas calorific value Qdw=22000KJ/Nm3
Coke oven gas calorific value Qdw=16000KJ/Nm3
Blast furnace gas calorific value Qdw=3300KJ/Nm3
Light oil calorific value Qdw=42500KJ/kg
Residual oil calorific value Qdw=41300KJ/Kg