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Difference Between Lamont Boiler and Benson Boiler-
Here are the major differences between Lamont and Benson boilers-
|S.No||Lamont Boiler||Benson Boiler|
|01.||It is a high-pressure boiler.||It is also a high-pressure boiler.|
|02.||This boiler comes under the type of forced circulation boiler.||This boiler also comes under the type of forced circulation boiler.|
|03.||Lamont boiler is a water tube boiler||This is also a water tube boiler|
|04.||Lamont boiler steam generation capacity is 50 tons per hour.||Steam Generation capacity is 150 tons per hour.|
|05.||Lamont boiler working pressure is 170 bar.||The working pressure of the Benson boiler is 250bar.|
|06.||Handles load variation effectively.||Benson Boiler Doesn’t handle load variation effectively.|
|07.||Heavier than the Benson boiler||Lighter in weight|
|08.||It has a steam drum||It is a drumless boiler|
Don’t miss out these articles, If you want to read about these boilers in detail, Here is the link to go through-
- Benson Boiler: Definition, Working, Pros and Cons and Applications
- LaMont Boiler: Definition, Parts, Working, Application, Advantages, Disadvantages
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Abhishek Tiwary is a blogger by passion and a Quality Engineer by profession. He completed his B.Tech degree in the year 2017. Now working in a reputed firm. He loves to share his knowledge with others.