The proper operation of any boiler is dependent on the systems that support and connect to it. These include, but are not limited to; the boiler room fresh air supply, flue gas exhaust system, fuel delivery system, power distribution grid, and the steam or hot water distribution system.
The starting point in any combustion system is the supply of fresh air. To avoid serious combustion problems, the boiler must have an adequate supply of fresh air and a supply system that does not affect the boilers operation. Click the link below to answer some of the following questions:
How much air is required?
What size of opening to the outside is required in a boiler room?
What about air ducting?