• 1 – 20 t/h
  • 0.7 – 2 Mpa
  • Industrial
  • In Stock
  • Nature gas, coke oven gas, biogas, methanol, liquid propane gas, diesel, heavy oil, light oil, crude oil, etc.
  • Heat supplying, chemical, food, textile, printing and dyeing, cigarettes and tobacco, fodder, pharmacy, building materials, brewery, rubber, hospital etc.

WSN series gas / oil fired industrial horizontal steam boiler is a kind of safety and high efficiency heating equipment with fully automatic intelligent control system. It’s a boiler shell type 3 passes wetback oil/gas fired boiler. Usually, the WNS series steam boilers widely used for industry production and processing, such as textile mill, medicine industry, food & beverage industry, chemical industry, garment industry, food processing industry, and wood processing industry, moreover, it could be used for central heating in enterprise, hotel, hospital, civil architecture, etc.

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ModelRated steam capacity(t/h)Rated working pressure(Mpa)Rated steam temperature(℃)Maximum transport size(m)
(L×W×H)
WNS1-0.7-Y(Q)10.71703.3×1.8×2.1
WNS1-1.0-Y(Q)111843.3×1.8×2.1
WNS1.5-1.0-Y(Q) 1.511843.0×1.8×2.0
WNS1.5-1.25-Y(Q)1.51.251943.0×1.8×2.0
WNS2-1.0-Y(Q) 211844.4×2.1×2.5
WNS2-1.25-Y(Q)21.251944.4×2.1×2.5
WNS3-1.0-Y(Q)311844.6×2.3×2.6
WNS3-1.25-Y(Q)31.251944.6×2.3×2.6
WNS4-1.25-Y(Q)41.251944.7×2.5×2.9
WNS4-1.6-Y(Q)41.62044.7×2.5×2.9
WNS5-1.25-Y(Q)51.251945.3×2.7×3.3
WNS5-1.6-Y(Q)51.62045.3×2.7×3.3
WNS6-1.25-Y(Q)61.251945.9×2.6×3.0
WNS6-1.6-Y(Q)61.62045.9×2.6×3.0
WNS8-1.25-Y(Q)81.251945.9×2.8×3.1
WNS8-1.6-Y(Q)81.62045.9×2.8×3.1
WNS10-1.25-Y(Q)101.251947.7×2.8×3.1
WNS10-1.6-Y(Q)101.62047.7×2.8×3.1
WNS15-1.25-Y(Q)151.251947.0×3.1×3.6
WNS15-1.6-Y(Q)151.62047.0×3.1×3.6
WNS20-1.25-Y(Q)201.251948.3×3.4×4.0
WNS20-1.6-Y(Q)201.62048.3×3.4×4.0