Steam header boiler Headers frame an imperative piece of a wide range of boilers. Steam from the creating tubes is gathered in headers which are in this manner constantly under strain. This weight may change from 300 psi to 2000 psi. Since headers are constantly under strain, the most extreme care is taken by us while creating them. Contingent upon the creating limit of the kettle the header sizes manufactured by us change from 100 mm to 600 mm NB. The stubs of different sizes are precisely welded to the principle body of the header to give the coveted openings from the headers
Inclining and weld readiness of stubs properly attach welded to the principle body of the header are first appeared to Chief Inspector of Boilers for his endorsement and by and by the stubs completely welded with primary body are appeared to Chief Inspector of Boilers under water powered weight, shifting from 1000 to 3000 psi as required by the particulars. The headers are stamped by Chief Inspector of Boilers before they leave our assembling plant. We additionally weld skubolets and weldolets instead of stubs.