The high-pressure steam boiler is similar to the low-pressure designs in terms of instrumentation, safeties, and controls. These can be fire tube and watertube designs with a design to encounter high temperature and pressure. A high-pressure steam boiler is suitable for industries looking for higher temperatures associated with elevated steam pressures. A high-pressure steam boiler requires close monitoring and inspections to expect safe and secure operations around.
A high-pressure steam boiler can produce 15 PSIG – 800 PSIG steam and is also temperatures will exceed 250 degrees F up to 1200 degrees F. If a high temperature is expected than of saturated temperature, this boiler can also include a superheater. High-pressure steam boilers are usually designed to provide energy for a variety of processes. It is also known as process loads and is classified as batch load or continuous load.