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We supply to over 100 countries and regions and have set up offices around the world to ensure prompt delivery of products and services.ZOZEN's main products include industrial boilers, power station boilers, waste heat recovery devices (HRSG), special waste heat boilers, pressure vessels and other five series with more than 400 varieties of specifications, mainly classified as: 10 ~ 220 t/h series power station boilers; SHL series bulk coal-fired Steam and hot water boilers; SZL series pipe assembly boilers; DZL series shell boilers; WNS series, SZS series of oil/gas fired boilers; YLL series of coal-fired thermal fluid heater; YYW series of fuel gas thermal fluid heater; biomass fuel boiler steam and gas combined cycle waste heat boilers, special waste heat boilers and so on.

ZOZEN has built six fully automatic lines for the production of convection pipe, coil pipe, threaded pipe, membrane wall, serpentine tube and header. The parts so produced have consistent dimensions that enable easy assembly and ten years’ extension of a boiler’s life.

If you run into any problems with the boiler, please contact us directly by email or fill out the online service request. We will do our best to resolve any problems you might have within 24 hours.

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