The Steam Generator for Electric Generator Systems has a special Electro Chemical Reaction Steam Generator Technology that has developed by Berkin Güzel Enerji A.Ş. and secured by a patent.
Berkin Güzel Enerji A.Ş. accelerated its steam generation activities as a result of a 10-year R&D study. The project is being developed in a factory in Istanbul completely with domestic capital and facilities in Turkey.
It has emerged as a result of various experimental tests and R&D studies that the project provided 98% profit compared to coal and natural gas in terms of both environmental factors and financial factors to ensure the use of clean natural resources and maximum electricity and steam production. In addition, the system does not contain any chemicals and consists of completely natural steam and has been found to be the cleanest steam in the world with various analysis results.
Electricity is run through a heating element that acts as a resistor to create heat through resistance. Water from the system or holding tank is then run over or near this hot element in a pipe or tank, heating the water to a suitable temperature, then making the water hot enough to boil and become saturated steam, at which point the saturated steam is transported to wherever it is needed via the steam pipes that exit the body of the electric boiler. Electric steam boilers work in a very similar way to fire heated boilers with the exception of what heats the water.
The electric boilers require less equipment to be installed than a traditional boiler helping to reduce the high installation costs that will come with a fuel heated boiler. Electric Boilers can fit into smaller areas due to the way they are constructed and the lack of required parts that a fuel heated boiler requires to operate.
Traditional fuel-heated boilers generally require multiple different parts to operate successfully. In contrast, electric boilers are relatively simple devices. Additionally, because electric boilers do not use complicated forms of heat exchange, electric boilers do not contain many of the potential hazards that are commonly present in a fuel-heated boiler. Electric boilers are also generally easier to maintain because they do not need tube replacement, which fuel-heated boilers often require due to soot and fuel residue, or any of the fire maintenance required for a fuel-heated boiler. Electric boilers also have smaller carbon footprints than their traditional cousins, fuel-heated steam boilers, and require less space overall, making them a good choice for smaller operations that are in need of a boiler.
Some other possible benefits that should be considered are sustainability, due to their low maintenance requirements; marketability, due to the idea that "green" is better; and safety, because it is not as dangerous to run as a traditional fire heated boiler.
Electric steam boilers are more sustainable than the traditional fire heated boiler. They are more efficient because they do not require as much energy to be put into them for efficient operation at capacity. This is because there is not a lot of energy lost when the transfer of heat from the heating element to the water occurs, unlike traditional fire heated boilers, where there is a substantial amount of energy loss because the flames must be kept lit constantly. Marketability: Electric steam boilers are more easily marketable (than regular boilers) to people that would use them for small applications, because it can be sold with the idea that it is "green" and therefore much better for the environment than buying and operating a fire heated boiler.