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Example of a Fulton engineered skid system, used in a BC food production facility.

Recently, there has been a strong industry trend toward making everything “modular”. Modular mechanical systems are being embraced because they simplify installation, expedite architectural coordination, and ultimately, offset most of the responsibility for the design and construction onto to the manufacturer. Choosing a Fulton engineered skid system is the easiest way to mitigate risk and eliminate the stress, time, and money involved in the procurement of a steam plant.

Example of a Fulton engineered skid system, used in a BC food production facility.
View inside a pre-fabricated rooftop mechanical room housing a steam system at the University of British Columbia.
Fulton engineered skid system at the University of British Columbia. Factory piped, wired, and tested.

Engineered systems are an ideal solution for:

  • Healthcare Facilities
  • Institutions
  • Laboratories
  • Industrial Process Plants

Fulton has been continuously improving their engineered systems for over 30 years. With Fulton, you can be confident that every part of your packaged system has been designed for optimal long-term operation. Simple, single-point service connections are provided for power, water, gas, and steam. There is no easier way to do it!

FULTON THERMAL

Thermal fluid systems play a critical role in heavy industrial process plants. Therefore, they must be carefully designed and constructed to provide the best reliability, performance, and most importantly, safety for plant personnel. Although relatively simple in concept, there are some aspects that must be carefully considered to avoid the possibility of premature equipment failure or safety hazards. Many end-users turn to Fulton to take the responsibility of engineering and procuring skid-packaged systems for this reason; in fact, almost all Fulton thermal heaters are sold as engineered systems. See the FULTON THERMAL product page for more information!

Example of a thermal fluid skid system, used in a BC wood processing plant.
Example of a thermal fluid skid system, used in a BC wood processing plant.

Did You Know?

Blowdown separators with after coolers prevent high-temperature steam boiler water from entering city sanitation infrastructure.
Fulton’s new 60 horsepower VSRT high-pressure steam boiler does not require a fifth class power engineer to operate.
Fulton’s new VSRT steam boiler produces 99.5 % dry steam without the use of an external steam separator.
If makeup water is required in a steam system,  feed water tank should have a preheat steam nozzle installed.
You can receive rebates of up to $45,000.00 available now on industrial hot water retrofits. 

Associations

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Product detail, sizes, and specifications can also be found at fulton.com.