Oil boilers End-of-Line

| What?

Microplan's end of line test rigs OIL-EOL are suitable for:

  • oil boilers

| How?

OIL-EOL test rigs are designed to perform a full functional test of oil boilers.   

| Where?  

At the end of the production line before packing.

| Who?

Manufactures of oil boilers.

| Why?

  • Test time reduction
  • Elimination of false failure 
  • User friendly interface
  • Quality improvement
  • Full traceability of test data 
  • Human operations driven and controlled by the test rig
  • Test data available for statistical elaborations
  • Multilanguage software
  • Market credibility

| Which?

Microplan's end of line test rigs OIL-EOL are available for boilers with the following nominal power:

  • 5 - 50 Kw
  • 10 - 80 Kw
  • 15 - 150 Kw
  • 30 - 300 Kw

but can be designed for any other range.

| Typical tests

  • Operator identification through scanner or badge
  • Boiler identification through barcode reading and test sequence automatic loading and running
  • Electric safety tests
  • Automatic boiler filling with water at 4,5 bar
  • CH soundness test (visual)
  • Oil manual filling (test bench opens 1 valve and supply electricity to the boiler; pump sucks oil into the boiler)
  • Commissioning the oil burner (visual): start-up behaviour and leakages check 
  • Operating the boiler at MAX load:
    • Operator sets the boiler at max
    • Oil pressure is measured against thresholds
    • Oil consumption (flow) is measured against thresholds
    • Water flow rate is measured against thresholds
    • Operator regulates the CO2 value against thresholds
    • CO2 – CO – NO – flue gas temperature are measured and checked against thresholds
    • Ionization current measurement
    • Measurement of electric power absorbed by the boiler
    • Water return temperature is kept at 60° C. during this step (PID control)
  • Operating the boiler at MIN load:
    • Operator sets the boiler at min
    • Oil pressure is measured against thresholds
    • Oil consumption (flow) is measured against thresholds
    • Water flow rate is measured against thresholds
    • Operator regulates the CO2 value against thresholds
    • CO2 – CO – NO – flue gas temperature are measured and checked against thresholds
    • Ionization current measurement
    • Measurement of  electric power absorbed by the boiler
    • Water return temperature is kept at 45° C. during this step (PID control)
  • Test status interface with transportation line
  • Test data saving

| Software

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