The uneven heat of the gas boiler refers to the phenomenon of uneven heat load in the same heating surface tube group.
The thermal unevenness of the gas boiler can be caused by both the structural characteristics and the operating conditions of the boiler. For example, the phenomenon of uneven distribution of smoke temperature and uneven smoke velocity along the width of the flue; uneven plane or uneven spacing of the serpentine tubes on the heating surface cause flue gas corridors; ash accumulation on the heating surface, slagging, and deflection of the furnace flame center; Poor adjustment of running operation will cause the flame to deflect, move down, raise, etc., which will cause uneven heat.
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