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... this reason, energy efficiency of the 80 boilers was recalculated, based on the data obtained from field measurements made by Jimenez et al. (40 boilers in Lima) and CENERGIA (40 boilers in 5 departments of Peru). Results of the recalculation are shown in Table 20. ...
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... maximum cost of a completely automatic blowdown system is US$ 10,000 (includ- ing installation), as shown in Table 23. This system likewise generates maintenance expenditure, basically on account of the replacement and gauging of the conductivity sensor. ...
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... investment required to replace the burner depends on the size of the boiler and may vary as shown in Table 24. Such investments include the cost of the dual burner and its installation. ...
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... cost of the economizer depends on the size of the boiler in which it is installed, since a larger economizer is required for a greater flow of gases (see Table 25). In gen- eral, its installation is justified for boilers with a capacity of more than 300 BHP (diesel) or 700 BHP (residual) and with a continuous operation of more than 5000 h/year. ...
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... to MITINCI, 369 companies took part in the survey, with a total of 1,147 boilers (5,610 MW capacity), including companies from sections D, H, N, O, as shown in Table 26 below: From Table 26 it can be concluded that manufacturing and fish processing companies total 335 companies (90.8% of the total), 1,020 boilers (88.8% of the total) and 97.2% of the total capacity in boilers. ...
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... to MITINCI, 369 companies took part in the survey, with a total of 1,147 boilers (5,610 MW capacity), including companies from sections D, H, N, O, as shown in Table 26 below: From Table 26 it can be concluded that manufacturing and fish processing companies total 335 companies (90.8% of the total), 1,020 boilers (88.8% of the total) and 97.2% of the total capacity in boilers. ...
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... the national survey on boilers, companies reported fuel consumption levels in gallons (liquid fuels) and tonnes (solid fuels). Such units have been converted to energy units (TJ) using conversion factors and sources included in Table 27. Conversion factors refer to the lower heating value (LHV) of the corresponding fuels. ...
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... order to determine the fuel consumption and number of boilers in fish processing companies, the following procedure was followed (see Table 29). ...
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... division does not coincide with the nomenclature provided by the MITINCI, which includes industry and mining/metallurgy in manufacturing industries. Table 32 below shows the number of boilers in Peruvian industrial companies (manu- facturing and fish processing companies) and the scope of the national survey regarding these companies and their steam boilers. It is important to note that the subject of this survey was industrial boilers. ...
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... to the analysis in section 8.4.2.4 of this study, there are about 1,700 indus- trial boilers operating in Peru (see Table 32 on page 99). Most of the boilers have a rela- tively small capacity ranging from 200 kW to 10 MW. ...
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... equipment for measurements of energy efficiency in Peru is listed in Table 42 and Table 43. The energy balance method allows the identification of all losses apart from losses due to boiler blowdown and losses due to radiation, convection and conduction. ...

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