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    Corliss Engine Review TRIAD Advantages

    Corliss Engine Review TRIAD Advantages

    Boiler Sequencing

    Another simple process that TRIAD utilizes in its boiler operations is that of sequencing. Knowing what it is and how it works allows users to fully maximize their equipment’s use and economic life.

    TRIAD Boilers can be sequenced through the use of control panels, allowing users to enjoy many benefits, including:

    • Temperature set-back during reduced-heat requirement, especially at night or during weekends.
    • Adjustments for latent heat to make full use of hot boiler-water that retains heat after the burner has shut down.
    • Outdoor reset based on atmospheric temperatures.
    • Monitoring of return-water temperatures to maintain accurate heating output.

    This process of sequencing can also be easily applied in our boilers that use the control panels of any other major boiler manufacturer.

    Quicker Assembly

    All TRIAD hot-water and steam boilers are completely-assembled, packaged-products, which offer several advantages over boilers that need to be installed at the jobsite. Obviously, there are several advantages to this TRIAD feature, namely:

    • On-site installation labor costs are reduced.
    • Greater and more consistent quality control is achieved at the factory than onsite.
    • The facility of installation of modular boilers leads to faster start-up.

    Ease in Maintenance

    TRIAD boilers are easy to clean.

    To maintain boiler efficiency and longer boiler life, heating surfaces must be kept clean at all times. All TRIAD heating surfaces, especially the fire-tubes, are easily accessible. On the other hand, it is almost impossible to clean all the heating surfaces of cast-iron boilers and even parts which are accessible are quite difficult to clean.

    TRIAD boilers also allow easy cleaning of water surfaces. However, cleaning the interior of a cast-iron boiler is a big challenge and may only include cleaning the vertical surfaces which can greatly affect operating efficiency.

    A clean machine is a joy and pride to its user. TRIAD understands this truth perfectly and works to make it a reality.

    Ease in Repairs

    TRIAD boilers are easy to repair.

    Owing to their steel construction, TRIAD hot-water and steam boilers can be repaired in the job-site with little inconvenience to operations. Any leak can be permanently welded or the tubes re-rolled easily. Everyone knows how hard it is to permanently weld a cracked cast-iron boiler section or a leaking, copper-fin-tube boiler. The fire-tubes are easily reachable through the top and through the fire-door in TRIAD boilers.

    These many advantages make TRIAD Boilers worth having and using for many years in various applications.

    Contact Info

    Contact us today to find out more how you can avail of these benefits.

    TRIAD Boilers
    1099 Atlantic Drive, Unit 2
    West Chicago, IL 60185
    Phone: (888) 526-5245
    Fax: (630) 562-2800

    Corliss Engine Review
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    Corliss motor gruppe Gear mekanismer: Corliss motor mekanismer

    Corliss motor gruppe Gear mekanismer: Corliss motor mekanismer
    Corliss motorer har fire ventiler for hver sylinder, med damp og eksos ventiler på hver ende. Corliss motorer innlemme forskjellige forbedringer i begge ventilene seg og ventil utstyret, at systemet sammenhengene som opererer ventilene.
    Bruk av separate ventiler for opptak og eksos betyr at ventilene verken steam passasjer mellom sylindere og ventiler må endre temperaturen under makt og eksos syklus, og det betyr at tidspunktet for opptak og eksos ventiler kan styres uavhengig. Derimot har konvensjonelle dampmaskiner skyveventil eller stempelet ventil som vekselvis feeds og eksos gjennom passasjer i hver ende av sylinderen. Disse passasjene er utsatt for bredt klimasoner under denne operasjonen, og det er høy temperatur graderinger i ventil mekanisme selv.
    Clark (1891) kommenterte at Corliss utstyret er en kombinasjon av elementer tidligere kjent og brukt separat, påvirker sylinderen og ventil-utstyr'.Opprinnelsen til Corliss utstyret med hensyn til tidligere steam valve utstyr ble sporet av Inglis (1868).
    Corliss ventil utstyr
    George Corliss fikk oss Patent 6162 for hans ventil utstyr på 10 mars 1849. Dette patentet dekket bruk av et håndledd-plate å formidle ventil bevegelse fra en enkelt eksentrisk fire ventiler av motoren, og det dekket bruk av turen ventiler med variabel cutoff guvernør kontroll som karakteriserer Corliss Engines.Unlike senere motorer, hvorav de fleste var vannrett, dette patentet beskriver en loddrett bjelke motor og det brukes personlige lysbildet ventiler for opptak og eksos i hver ende av sylinderen.
    Vik ventilene trekkes åpen med en eksentrisk-drevet pawl; Når pawl turer, rask nedleggelse er dempet med en dashpot. I mange motorer, det samme dashpot fungerer som en vakuum våren å trekke ventilene lukket, men Corlisss tidlige motorene var treg nok til at det var vekten av dashpot stempelet og stangen som lukket ventilen.
    Hastigheten på en Corliss motor kontrollert av varierende cut-off av damp under hvert strøk, mens gass åpen tiden hele. Dette er sentrifugal guvernøren knyttet til et par kameraer, ett for hver opptak ventil. Disse cams finne punktet under stempelet slag som på låsen release, tillater at ventilen lukkes.
    Som med alle dampmaskiner der cut-off kan reguleres, er i kraft av gjør så ligger i faktum at de fleste av streken drevet av damp i sylinderen etter opptak ventilen er stengt. Dette kommer langt nærmere den ideelle Carnot syklusen som er mulig med en motor der opptak ventilen er åpen for lengden av streken og hastigheten er regulert av en Gasspjeld.
    Corliss ventil giret tillatt mer ensartet fart og bedre respons laste endringer, slik at det passer for programmer som valseverk og spinning, og i stor grad utvide sin bruk i produksjon.
    Corliss ventiler
    Corliss ventilene åpne direkte inn i sylinderen. Ventilene koble sylinderen for å skille steam og eksos plenums. I utgangspunktet Corliss brukt lysbildet ventiler med lineære aktuatorer, men av 1851 Corliss hadde flyttet til semi roterende Ventilaktuatorer, som dokumentert i US Patent 8253. Denne motoren, ble håndleddet platen flyttet til midten av siden sylinder på senere Corliss motorer. Dette var en bjelke motor, men og semi roterende Ventilaktuatorer drives lysbildet ventiler i fire ventil kistene av motoren.
    Corliss ventilene er i form av en liten sirkulær segment, roterende inne en sylindrisk ventil-face. Deres ventilen mekanismen er av langs aksen av ventilen, dermed de har lite "dead space" som stammen av en poppet ventil og hele havneområdet kan brukes effektivt for gasstrømmen.
    Som en Corliss ventil er liten i forhold til havneområdet, generere effekten av gasstrømmen relativt liten dreiemoment på ventilen akselen sammenlignet med noen andre slags ventil. Disse fordelene har ført til Corliss form av ventil som brukes i andre roller, fra dampmaskiner med Corliss utstyr.
    Rolls-Royce Merlin aero-motoren brukte en rektangulær spjeldventil som en gass. Gass-flow styrker handler asymmetrisk på denne sommerfugl kan føre til dårlig kontroll av makt i noen tilfeller. Sen modeller, fra 134, brukes en Corliss Gasspjeld i stedet å unngå dette problemet.
    Corliss Engine Group Gear Mechanisms: Corliss engine mechanisms
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    Cooper Corliss Engine Groups of Company: The Cooper Corliss Engine

    Cooper Corliss Engine Groups of Company: The Cooper Corliss Engine
    The Cooper Corliss engine served The Matthiesen-Hegeler Zinc Company of Lasalle, Illinois from 1914 to 1965. One of six large engines, it powered a rolling mill and a line shaft that powered other equipment.

    In 1981, Fred and Cynthia Carus of Lasalle, Illinois donated the engine to the Stephenson County Antique Engine Club. The club dismantled and moved the engine to Freeport. All labor and trucking were donated. Parts were stored until 1988 when the club acquired the former Stephenson County Nursing Home building, which now houses the museum.

    In the yard behind the museum, a foundation was made for the 130-ton engine. Seven vertical holes 25 feet deep by two feet in diameter were drilled in the ground and filled with reinforced concrete to support a base containing nearly 100 yards of concrete and 4000 feet of 1-inch diameter steel reinforcement bars. The total cost was $16,000.

    In 1989, the engine was then assembled by club volunteers. The 25-foot, 4-inch flywheel consistes of twelve 5-ton sections connected by 24 bolts, three inches in diameter, and 96 dog-bone shaped keys 2.5 inches square by thirty inches long. It is supported by a 25-ton crankshaft. Assembly of the engine required 12 hours.

    In 1990, a 60 by 60 foot metal building was built over the engine at a cost of $30,000.

    In 1991, the club located and purchased a used gas-fired boiler and installed it in the building with the engine. The engine was test run on July 13, 1991 at six rotations per minute. It is capable of 45 RPM.
    In 1992 the engine was painted. This required 16 gallons of paint.
    The engine is the largest flywheel steam engine within 500 miles of Freeport. The flywheel weighs 60 tons and stores a quarter million foot pounds of torque.

    There is no admission to see the Cooper Engine. Donations are appreciated.
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    Cooper Corliss Engine Groups of Company
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    Centennial Corliss Engine Groups: The Corliss Steam Engine of 1876

    Centennial Corliss Engine Groups: The Corliss Steam Engine of 1876
    A full one hundred years removed from the signing of the Declaration of Independence, America celebrated in style. It was a celebration that was carefully planned years in advance, and it cost the country lots of time, money, and resources.
    Philadelphia was selected to host this great affair. Historically speaking, there was no better choice. In 1876, America was the home of the world’s fair - The Centennial Exhibition - to celebrate 100 years of American freedom. As all world’s fairs are, it was to be a showcase of cultures, both foreign and domestic, a grand stage for individual nation’s to show the rest of the world exactly "what they were made of," a lesson in diversity, and a celebration of that diversity.

    However, from what I have read, the Centennial Exhibition of 1876 did not quite capture the worldly sphere of influence that it had hoped for. Instead, it was a showcase of American strength, pride, and technology. The buildings were tremendous and beautiful. They all stood firm with an awesome presence. But, there was one building in particular that held a special significance. It is possible that even the people who visited the fair did not grasp its importance. Inside Machinery Hall stood a huge mechanical wonder. Not only was it the main attraction at the Centennial, but the Corliss Steam Engine signified the end of an era, and the beginning of another.

    For six months, visitors from all around the world walked through the fair grounds, just taking in the magnificent sights and exhibits. The Main Building contained an art gallery that included works from the finest artists in the world. It was practically impossible to take in the entire gallery in one day (Crew 409). There was a building for virtually every state in the union and each tried to emulate the style and character of the state. There was a buildings for agriculture and horticulture. The fair was simply immense. But, at the center of it all was the Corliss Engine. Thousands of people a day would come and stare at the sheer power and grace it exhibited. It was a symbol of the very power that it possessed.
    Centennial Corliss Engine Groups

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