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Fuel Savings = 1.0 (Starting Efficiency / Ending Efficiency) For Example: 4.5% Excess Oxygen reduced to 2.0%. 1.0 (0.7972 / 0.8308) = 0.04044 = 4.04%. NOTE: Because some boilers operate with a very high percentage of excess oxygen it is common for the first year savings to be substantially higher than this.

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Measurement of Oxygen Concentration in Package Boiler Flue ...

Optimizing air intake for boiler operation requires continuous measurement of the oxygen concentration in the flue gas. The typical package boiler is a water tube boiler or flue and smoke tube boiler with a capacity of 5 to 20 t/h (average steam generation capacity). The most widely used fuels are heavy oil light oil kerosene and gas.

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