Get Compliant, Stay Compliant
Because of the generally large population per capita, as well as a sizeable business economy, air quality standards have become a key concern in California. With the most stringent regulations for air quality in the country, California is a trailblazer in creating and adopting regulations that develop into a blueprint for other states.
San Jose Boiler Works has an in-depth understanding of the emission rules in all of the various regional agencies in Northern California, and has the skills to implement low NOx and ultra low NOx solutions to meet these regulations. We keep clients informed about future legislation dates and detailed rule changes, so you can be proactive and prepare for any significant rule changes.
If your current system is challenged with meeting current or future standards, San Jose Boiler Works can help you make the necessary adjustments to make sure you remain in compliance. Depending on your situation, we can accomplish this in one of two ways: retrofit or replacement.
Retrofit Existing Boilers
With a retrofit, low NOx burners and other fuel efficiency equipment is installed to optimize existing boilers and reduce emissions while boosting efficiency. This is a very cost-effective and expedient solution for many customers, as it doesn’t require the purchase and installation of new boilers.
Full Boiler System Replacement
When dealing with old boiler equipment, it often becomes more cost-effective to consider a full boiler system replacement. San Jose Boiler Works has experience with a vast array of new products that have been designed to reduce nitrogen oxygen emission and help you achieve greater efficiency. We have the skills to help design and install a new boiler system that uses cutting edge technology to meet and exceed emission regulation all while providing superior boiler performance.
After the retrofit or new system is in place, San Jose Boiler Works assists with source testing to ensure that everything is operating within regulation guidelines, ensuring full compliance with your regional air quality agency.
Larger pieces of equipment often require permits from the various air quality agencies. We can provide assistance with attaining and keeping the permits you’ll need to comply with specific rules for your regional air quality agency.
For more information about emission compliance, contact us or call us at (408) 295-5235.