To keep your business running at full speed year round, keeping a mobile boiler is a temporary boiler solution.
Having one of these handy in times of need, no downtime and no loss of money or production will occur.
These are fully operational boiler systems that provide steam and heated water. Businesses use them for different projects, but more commonly, they are used as a contingency method during emergencies or busy shutdowns. Mobile boilers have all the necessary parts and the correct hook-ups to produce steam or hot water required for any project. Like any other Heating and A/C system, mobile boilers experience their share of problems that compromise their functionality. The most common mobile boiler problem is no heating or hot water is produced. There are numerous reasons that your hot water heater may not be working as expected. These reasons include complications with the motorized valves, control component complications, or low water pressure. Your mobile boiler may keep switching itself off. This problem could be resulting from control component complications, or lack of respected water flows in your boiler due to a closed valve, or the pump is not circulating the water in your boiler correctly. Occasionally your condenser pipe might become frozen. Condensing mobile boilers have a condensate pipe that moves the water away from your boiler. This often runs outside into a drain, and due to its location, it faces the risk of freezing. When your mobile boiler experiences congested vents, your boiler won’t ignite. This is another regular problem that is usually explained by the warning notification that shows on your boiler. This is most common when falling leaves in the fall or winter block the vents.