Waste Heat Boilers
The G.C. Broach Company designs and manufactures a wide variety of waste heat boilers for making steam. We are experts at designing high pressure and medium pressure steam generators from virtually any high temperature heat source. Common examples of heat sources are sulphur recovery systems, reformer process discharge, incinerator exhaust, engine exhaust, Fluid Catalytic Cracker exhaust, and furnace and process heater exhaust. Waste heat boilers may be watertube or firetube type, and also may be natural circulation type or forced circulation type. Waste heat boilers can be designed for either clean exhaust or soot and deposit laden exhaust.
In addition to the products described above, we also design and manufacture custom use steam drums, steam and water piping systems, instrument systems, and soot blower systems to meet our clients’ unique needs.
• Waste Heat Boiler
• Heat Recovery Steam Boiler
• Steam Superheater
• Feedwater Preheater
• Steam Reheater
Presently, we estimate that The G. C. Broach Company equipment is producing over 868.7 Billion BTU’s of heat each day.
Giant Heater Leaves for Panhandle
It required eight flatcars to load this one mammoth refinery heater built by the G. C. Broach Co., Tulsa. Seeing it on its way are, left the right, G. C. Cole, Tulsa freight agent for M-K-T Railroad; Cliff DeLay, production superintendent for Broach; and Clayton Broach, company president. The heater, which will be 35 ft wide, 55 ft long, and 90 ft tall when erected, will have a capacity of 166,000,000 Btu, according to the maker. Read More...
We are certified under A.S.M.E. Sections I and VIII, The National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors, and The People's Republic of China, Safety Quality License. Read More...