The University of Chicago’s South Steam Plant (SSP) was originally commissioned in the 1920s as a coal-fired power plant. In the 1970s, the plant was modified to remove coal-fired boilers from operation; four (4) new field-erected single-burner boilers were installed.The dual-fuel burners did not meet the new emissions standards. Each boiler was designed to generate 150,000 lbs/hr of steam at MCR with an operating pressure of 250 psig at a superheat outlet temperature of 450°F.
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