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As well as promoting its J Series vertical and Europack electric steam boilers, Fulton will be using the Foodex show to showcase its Modsync boiler sequencing and TDS energy-recovery systems.

Modsync is Fulton’s sequencing system for multiple steam and hot-water boiler installations.

It is designed to maximise the efficiency of multiple boiler installations by providing precise pressure control of the steam system using a pressure transducer installed in the steam header.

It is also capable of precise temperature control and lead/lag sequencing on hot-water boiler systems.

Fulton’s TDS energy-recovery system recovers heat energy from the blowdown and returns it to the steam system by cooling otherwise wasted water.

This helps to increase boiler efficiency and reduces the demand on other boiler plant ancillaries, in turn reducing fuel, water and effluent bills.

The system also boosts the boiler-feed water temperature to 212F (100C), which reduces the risk of thermal shock on the pressure vessel and prolongs the life of the boiler.

The company’s J Series range of steam boilers is manufactured to BS 2790 1992 Class 1 and meets all relevant British and European standards.

Available in gas-, oil- or dual-fuel-fired formats, the range includes eight models, covering outputs from 96 to 960kg/h.

Their tubeless design eliminates the coils and tubes traditionally used in steam raising plants, enabling the boiler to raise its full steam output in 20min.

The simple design and robust construction from quality materials make them suitable for arduous applications in a range of applications in the food and beverage industry.

The efficient Europack electric steam boiler is designed to meet the requirements of the medium-demand steam user.

The boiler can be supplied with all ancillary equipment as separate items or supplied as a fully factory-built, skid-mounted package.

The J Series and Europack steam boilers come with a five-year warranty on the pressure vessel and are supported by Fulton’s pre- and after-sales service division.

The Fulton name has been synonymous with steam since the company first introduced the vertical tubeless steam boiler in 1949 and Fulton was established in Bristol in 1966. Fulton is still one of the world’s leading manufacturers, producing an unrivalled range of multi-fuel steam boilers. But increasingly these are ordered by customers as part of bespoke turnkey systems designed to meet exacting specifications.

Today Fulton Ltd is an important design and manufacturing base in Fulton’s global network that also includes production facilities in the US and China. The company’s UK facility makes it possible to manufacture products more efficiently and to assemble completed units for whenever and wherever they are needed throughout the UK and in export markets.

Once just a steam boiler manufacturer, Fulton now specialises in ready-to-ship skid-mounted and fully packaged boiler plant rooms to meet the current demand for off-site fabrication. The company puts great emphasis on providing sales and application advice and a full commissioning and after-sales service to a growing customer base in hospital and healthcare facilities, food and beverage processing, laundries and other applications.

Design and manufacturing resources are shared and co-ordinated around the world, but no matter where your product originates it will always be produced to the highest quality in a facility that is wholly owned and managed by the Fulton Group, which remains a privately owned family business.

Fulton’s heating and hot-water systems can be delivered as fully prefabricated plant rooms or complete skid-mounted units, built to fit a prepared location and to connect direct to your services.

Using the latest CAD equipment, its design team can accommodate the most sophisticated engineering specifications in surprisingly compact spaces, locating components in the best possible position to suit the installation.

In every sense, today’s Fulton boiler systems are solutions that fit the requirements of the modern age of steam.

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