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Shellmax is a packaged, three-pass smoke tube, with fully wet back boiler. Shellmax comes in two series – SMDL for burning light oils & gas and SMDH for burning heavy oils. It can also be customised to a completely skid mounted unit on customer demand. When fitted with a special burner, these boilers are ideal for burning waste gases like biogas from decomposition of organic matter in distilleries, corex gas from the steel manufacturing process and liquid fuels.


  • Three-pass smoke tube with fully wet back boiler
  • Multi-fuel option – light oils/heavy oils/gases
  • High efficiency of about 88% to 92%
  • High dryness fraction steam increases usable heat¬†
  • Comes with mono-block/ dual block/steam atomised burner with world renowned technology from Oilon, Finland
  • Additional option of oil pre-heater confirming to EN safety standards
  • Large water holding capacity
  • Corrugated furnaces for boilers above 4 TPH capacity
  • Optional 3-element control systems for close monitoring of water level, steam flow & feed water flow
  • Optional PLC based control panels which can be hooked to SCADA or DCS systems


  • Pressure: In the range of 10.54 to 17.54 Kg/cm2 (g)
  • Efficiency: Overall efficiency of 88 % (+/-2%) on NCV
  • Capacity – 1 to 6 TPH, F&A 100 deg. C (entire range extends up to 32 ton/hr)
  • Fuel Light/Heavy Oil, Gas (combination of Oil & Gas)
  • Special wet back design
  • Rugged & dependable operators efficiently at fluctuating loads, with consistent dryness
  • World class burner systems from Oilon & Thermax
  • High purity of steam
  • High thermal efficiency up to 90%+
  • Typical applications- pharma, distilleries, breweries, bottling, food, rubber, hotels, engineering, hospitals etc.

The Revomax series incorporate a host of features that make them the first choice in their capacity range.


  • Commercial complexes
  • Hotels
  • Hospitals
  • Industry
  • Institutes
  • IT parks
  • Laundry
  • Residential colonies

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