Fulton UK

Fulton Ltd has maintained a reputation for quality and excellence for over 60 years globally, with over 45 years in the UK. From steam and hot water boilers to thermal fluid heaters and custom engineered systems, Fulton has a product for virtually any industrial or commercial heating application.

Steam Boilers

Fulton has remained an industry leader in the design and manufacture of steam boilers since being established in 1949. With minimal footprints and flexible configurations, our range of vertical and horizontal steam boilers offer the most complete solutions for virtually every type of industrial application.

Thermal Fluid Heaters

Thermal Fluid Heaters Thermal fluid (hot oil) heater systems are provided in association with the Fulton Thermal Corporation in the USA. The range includes models with heat outputs of up to 3500kW and operating temperatures of up to 345°C. Systems feature a four-pass, high efficiency design utilising preheated combustion air. They have a compact construction which can be skid mounted with a circulating pump, expansion tank and related pipework.

Skid-Mounted Systems and Plant Rooms

Fulton offer a complete service for the design, commission, manufacture, and assembly of skid-mounted boilers and prefabricated packaged plant rooms. Skid-mounted systems and packaged plant rooms are compact, and easily transportable, making them especially beneficial when restricted by time or space. The use of this offsite method of fabrication has many advantages for architects, project managers, consultants and end-users alike.

Ancillary Equipment

A steam boiler is just one part of a well designed steam system. Many steam applications are unique and will require specific types of accessories engineered to work in unison to provide a solution to a customers needs. There is a wide range of ancillary equipment to complement Fulton’s range of boilers.

Control Options

A steam boiler is just one part of a well designed steam system. A means to collect condensate and handle blowdown water are necessary processes for nearly all steam systems. In addition, some level of water treatment is required to ensure system durability and reliability.