Boiler Operator's Handbook

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Ken Heselton
Taylor & Francis, Oct 19, 2004 - Science - 600 pages
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Written for the boiler operator who has knowledge and experience, but would like to learn more in order to optimize his performance, this text is also clearly-presented enough to be an indispensable guide for those beginning their careers, as well as being suitable for managers and superintendents interested in reducing a facility's operating expense. Based on the author's forty years of experience in boiler plant operation, design, construction, start-up, retrofit and maintenance, it contains absolutely key recommendations to operators and managers of plants large and small.

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