If you operate a boiler that has an input of over 5 million BTUs and youve overlooked the NJDEPs annual combustion reporting requirement, expect a visit from an inspector with the authority to issue a hefty fine. This inspector is likely to be from your county health department, which is tasked with enforcing the NJDEPs emissions reporting requirements.
American Boiler Company Expands Serving Area for Rental Boilers to Include NYC
For the past year, American Boiler Company has been laying the groundwork for its expansion into the NYC market. All the preparation and administrative filings finally culminated in a dramatic nighttime transport of a 600 HP boiler over the George Washington Bridge on a chilly night in January. The boiler was headed to a 45 story high rise building under construction in Long Island City. With the colder weather moving into the region, it was critical to get the boiler in place so that construction could continue uninterrupted.
American Boiler Company Develops Low Cost Remote Boiler Monitoring Service
IRVINGTON, N.J.,March 7, 2016–American Boiler Company is pleased to announce it has signed a deal with EI Associates, a leading architectural, multi-discipline engineering and construction management firm since 1934, to develop a low cost remote boiler monitoring service. The new service called Exception6.com provides an alternative to the “24 Hour Rule” requiring on-site boiler operators for boiler plants larger than 100HP (4,000,000 BTU). It is designed to fully comply with existing boiler code and boiler operator regulatory requirements.” We are excited about the opportunity to partner with American Boiler Company and the value this service can deliver to customers who operate boiler plants that require 24 hour boiler operators. It’s a game changer. The price is right and it’s easy to use,” says Robert Paine, P.E., LEEDAP, HBDP, EI Associates Director of Mechanical Projects.
It is not uncommon for property owners or facility managers to wait until a boiler completely breaks down before replacing the unit. To make things worse, these types of failures happen when there is real need for heat (for instance, a very cold day) and since the failure is unexpected, there are rarely emergency funds allocated to fix the problem.