As reported at the enterprise, the design of the universal boiler was developed by Oleksandr Kovalenko, master of the boiler and mechanical workshop. Such stoves are made from old pipes with a diameter of 426 mm and a metal thickness of 6 mm. They can no longer work under pressure, but as a heating device they can last for more than one year.
The kettle has wide legs, so it can be safely installed on any surface, as well as convenient handles, which helps to facilitate the transportation of the product. To date, 260 stoves have been manufactured in the workshop alone, and another 60 stoves have been manufactured by employees of KhTM branches.
So far, heat and power companies have installed 150 such stoves at their own “unbreakable points” and transferred another 100 to other heating points throughout the city. The production of bourzuyoks continues.