355 - Water Tube Boiler Model

Product Dimensions
(L x W x H)
17in. x 10in. x 9in. (430 x 250 x 230 mm)
8lbs. (3.5kg)

Shipping Dimensions
Shipping Weight: 30 lbs. (14 kg).

A highly-detailed scale model of a common water tube boiler, supporting training in the operation and maintenance of industrial boilers, as found within utility systems within industrial facilities.

Based on a common make and model boiler, manufactured by Nebraska Boiler, the product is a complete to-scale replication of one of the most common boilers in use today. Based on a D-type boiler design, the model includes significant detailing of internal components, visible through a cut away shell.

This teaching aid complements courses in industrial utility systems, and refinery operations.
Exact "to-scale" construction throughout.
Primary shell fabricated from ABS sheet, with cutaway, allowing for view of internal components.
Exterior detail including access door, drum ends, observation ports, soot blower connection, support skid, flue gas outlet, wall stiffeners, steam outlet, vent connection, safety valves and exterior burner detail. Boiler size of 6" x 8" x 12" /-.
Interior detail includes feedwater drum, representative front wall refractory, side wall insulation, clear acrylic steam drum which includes; the detailing of first and second stage steam separators, representative piping/process connections, representative convection tubes, downcomers, and burner assembly with throat and burner detail.
Durable PVC baseplate with provision for tabletop mounting, and mounting on related DAC display racks.
Packaging for shipment via UPS or motor freight.
#355-001 - Heavy-duty, foam-lined reusable packing container.

Detailed educational scale models can be fragile by nature. DAC resumes NO liability for dmage due to mishandling, misuse, or acts of fate.
In accordance with DAC’s established policy of continuous improvement, these specifications and product descriptions are subject to change without notice. This information is the latest technical information as of the time of viewing or printing.