Water-tube Boilers for the Combustion of Natural Gas, Oil, Fossil Fuels, BioMass Alternative and Renewable Energy Systems

English Boiler uses the latest technology, and design programs in the design of their boilers including Computational Fluid Dynamics to analyze the flow of water and steam water mixture throughout the boiler. A staff of engineers and drafting personnel design the boilers with the use of AutoCAD and Pro Engineer drafting and modeling software. These techniques provide the engineers, drafting and shop personnel the tools to fabricate, and assemble Quality into each boiler. English boilers are installed in industrial, commercial and institutional markets throughout the world.

Our site is a full ASME Code fabrication facility and welcomes inspections at its Richmond, Virginia, manufacturing plant. ASME/National Board Registration Stamps Held: “S”, “R”. Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company serves as the Authorized Inspection Agency.

English Boiler offers:

Industrial Package Water-tube Boilers in:

  • “D” type
  • “O” type
  • “A” type
  • “S” type – our own patented design and most popular
  • Tandem Steam Generating units
  • Bent Tube Balanced Flow

Solid Fuel Boilers in:

  • “CP” type
  • “CD” type
  • “Hybrid” type
  • “A” type
  • “HRT” type
  • Shop Modular Boilers Utilizing Plug and Play concept
  • One stop shop for engineering, fabrication, and commissioning
  • Faster Fabrication
  • Lower Cost
  • Better quality control
  • Set, connect water and electrical supply, and go
  • On-site supervision or installation available

Modular Boiler Feed Water Systems

Forced Circulation High Temperature Hot Water Generator (HTHW)

Waste Heat or Heat Recovery Steam / Hot Water Generator (HRSG)

Available in:

  • Fire-tube
  • Water-tube
  • HRSG

English Boiler now manufactures complete modular Power Plants designed for either saturated or superheated steam, high temperature hot water, and 1MW to 10MW steam turbine generation power systems. Fuels include natural gas, fuel oil, waste heat, fossil fuels, and biomass agricultural and industrial waste streams.