ISGEC Heavy Engineering Ltd has announced that the company has crossed the impressive milestone of 100 CFBC Boilers. These Boilers cut across a wide spectrum of industries and sectors.
Isgec has achieved this milestone based on its long history of providing appropriate and technologically advanced solutions to customers across a diverse portfolio of engineering sectors. The credit, in this particular case, also goes to our ongoing technical collaboration with Sumitomo SHI FW (formerly Foster Wheeler).
Sumitomo SHI FW has supplied Ultra-supercritical CFBC boilers for the 2200 MWe project at KOSPO in Samcheok, Korea. This plant has 4 x 1570 TPH ultra-supercritical CFBC Boilers, that have now been in operation for over3 years.
The CFBC technology offered is state-of-the-art and regarded as the latest generation technology that offers customers benefits in terms of Low Maintenance, Higher Availability, Higher Efficiency, Low LOI in Ash, and a wide range of fuel firing capabilities. The technology is proven to efficiently burn a wide variety of solid fuels such as low ash imported coals, high sulphur petroleum coke, high ash Indian coals, dolochar, washery rejects, high moisture lignite, and biomass.
This technology also proves to be ideal for controlling emissions. This is mainly due to the optimum and uniform combustion temperature by continuous ash re-circulation. Hence it ensures better Sulphur capture and NOx reduction.
Isgec is a well-established company that has been setting up Industrial and Green Energy Boilers for companies across the globe. So far Isgec has supplied more than 850 Boilers for various fuels and fuel combinations which include CFBC, AFBC, Oil & Gas, Bagasse and Biomass, HRSG, Waste Heat Recovery, Distillery Waste / Slop, and Waste to Energy.
Shares of ISGEC Heavy Engineering Ltd was last trading in BSE at Rs.615.6 as compared to the previous close of Rs. 614.5. The total number of shares traded during the day was 12103 in over 907 trades.
The stock hit an intraday high of Rs. 633 and intraday low of 610.2. The net turnover during the day was Rs. 7496449.