University of Virginia Heating Plant

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The University of Virginia Main Heating Plant consists of a total of five boilers of differing sizes to produce steam for heat and related university operations:[1]

  • Boiler 1: Union Iron Works Coal-Fired Boiler with a maximum rated heat input capacity of 50 MMBtu/hr
  • Boiler 2: IBW Coal and Natural Gas-Fired Boiler with a maximum rated heat input capacity of 95 MMBtu/hr
  • Boiler 3: Union Iron Works Coal-Fired Boiler with a maximum rated heat input capacity of 90 MMBtu/hr
  • Boiler 4: Keeler Natural Gas and Residual Oil-Fired Boiler with a maximum rated heat input capacity of 112.5 MMBtu/hr
  • Boiler 5: Keeler Coal and Natural Gas-Fired Boiler with a maximum rated heat input capacity of 112.5 MMBtu/hr

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References

  1. "Federal Operating Permit Article 1" State of Virginia Website, November 10, 2004

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