Sellers Manufacturing Company
Home of Quality Rapid-Response Integrated Boiler/Burners, Deaerators and Related Equipment
918 West Walnut Street
Danville, Kentucky 40422 USA
859-236-3181 Hours: Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm Eastern USA time, except holidays
Parts, Data – Please have the unit nameplate serial number ready when calling. Fees will apply for documentation and research as needed. Warranty requests require written disposition by Sellers for determination of warranty applicability. Remember that the equipment manufacturer knows only what was originally supplied with the specific unit at the time of original factory shipment, as requested by the original client. Subsequent field modifications are not endorsed by Sellers and are always the sole responsibility of the equipment owner.
Service and Field Support – Service and Field Support is available with fees by advanced scheduled appointment. Consult your local representative (see Factory Rep page) or qualified mechanical contractor for immediate needs unique to your site. Remember that every installation and application is unique to the site. The systems engineer(s) and mechanical contractor(s) hired by the equipment owner are most knowledgeable of the site needs, history and conditions imposed by the equipment owner.
Training – Training is available at two dedicated locations in the USA, with concentration on the Sellers unique and easy-to-operate and maintain integrated boiler/burners.
In the center of the USA, most convenient to the west and southwest, training is offered at the Garden City Ammonia Program’s Boiler Training Center in Garden City, Kansas. See this link: GCAP Sellers Integrated boiler/burner training
Further east in central Kentucky, training is offered at the Sellers factory, about 30 miles south of Lexington Bluegrass Airport (LEX) and within driving distance of areas of the north and south.
Safety First – Remember that at all times the equipment and facility owner is solely responsible for the proper and safe operation of any and all equipment. Hire only a qualified boiler/combustion contractor to properly maintain, troubleshoot and prepare for required authority inspections of your equipment, as every installation and application is unique to each site. The equipment owner must maintain proper operational and maintenance logs, while insuring regular full pressure vessel inspections take place as required by the jurisdiction having authority for your area. These can include, but are not limited to, your state Department of Labor, Pressure Vessel Inspection Section, state Fire Marshall, county authority, municipal authority and/or your insurance provider. If the owner has not had a recent inspection by the appropriate independent authority, it is the owner’s responsibility to stop operation, lockout/tagout the boiler and seek the proper authority for an inspection.