Product Thermal Capacity: 1 - 20 t/h
Working Pressure: 0.7 - 2 Mpa
Available Fuel: Nature gas, coke oven gas, biogas, methanol, liquid propane gas, diesel, heavy oil, light oil, crude oil, etc.
Available Industries: Heat supplying, chemical, food, textile, printing and dyeing, cigarettes and tobacco, fodder, pharmacy, building materials, brewery, rubber, hospital etc.
WNS series horizontal internal combustion boiler is a boiler shell type 3 passes wetback oil/gas fired boiler. After fuel is being atomized by burner, flame is full of the wave furnace and transfer heat via furnace wall, this is 1st pass; the high temperature smoke is collected in reversal chamber and then enters 2nd pass which is grooved tubes bundle area; after heat convection, air temperature gradually falls and goes to front smoke box and turn to 3rd pass, which is smooth tubes bundle area, and then enters chimney passing back smoke box and exhausted to the atmosphere.
1. Digitized manufacture
The key part such as material cutting, rolling, drilling are proceeded by advanced CNC machining process to reduce the assemble stress and extend boiler working lifetime.
The front and back smoke chamber plates are cut by CNC plasma cutting machine and looks tidy and beautiful.
2.Easy operation and maintenance
Fully automatically operating, with automatically adjustment and protection of burning, water level, temperature and steam pressure.
3. Longer working life
Smoke tube and tube sheet connection is expanded first to eliminate the gap between them, then adopt automatic argon arc welding to relief the stress and expand boilers working life.
Longitudinal and girth joint adopt advanced automatic submerged-arc welding for good welding quality. All longitudinal and girth joint will have 100% radiographic inspection.
Fin tube us ND steel or stainless-steel material which avoid low temperature corrosion.
Inspection procedure point is set up to guarantee the sequence of expanding and welding, avoid cracking of the tube sheet holes.
4. Less fuel consumption
High quality aluminum silicate fiber is used with fire clay insulation, to control the boiler body temperature below 45℃ to control heat lost.
Sufficient steam storage room and heating area makes boiler to generate high quality steam and high thermal power.
Condenser is added to reuse the waste heat of the exhausted smoke to increase feeding water’s temperature and reduce emission temperature, which can increase the thermal efficiency above 98% and save operating cost.
Final black liquor concentration step on many older recovery boilers Hot flue gas brought into direct contact with black liquor Raises solids from 50% to 65% solids Cools flue gas – need a smaller economizer Two types in use Cascade evaporator Cyclone evaporator Direct Contact Evaporators Cascade Evaporator Cyclone Evaporator
Pulp mills have used black liquor as an energy source since at least the 1930s. Most kraft pulp mills use recovery boilers to recover and burn much of the black liquor they produce, generating steam and recovering the cooking chemicals (sodium hydroxide and sodium sulfide used to separate lignin from the cellulose fibres needed for papermaking
Black liquor is a mixture of organic matter and inorganic chemicals that result from the pulping process. The black liquor recovery boiler is designed to burn the volatile organic material in black liquor for its heating value and to allow the inorganic chemicals to collect on the floor of the boiler in a molten bed referred to as smelt.
Black liquor recovery boilers corrosion resistant coating. Metalspray Cladding Systems prevent High Temperature Sufidation Attack on WaterWall Tubes, Nose Arch Tubes and Superheaters Tubes of BLRB in pulp and paper industries.
A black liquor recovery boiler has two main functions. On one hand, it generates steam from the heat energy liberated upon combustion of the organic constituents of black liquor burned in the boiler, whereby the recovery boiler serves as a steam boiler. On the other hand, the chemicals from pulp digesting - sulphur and sodium - are recovered
Black Liquor Recovery Boiler Advisory Committee. The BLRBAC is a “Trade Association” that exists for the purpose of s haring knowledge and generating and maintaining guidelines to help facilitate the safe, reliable operation of Black Liquor Recovery Boilers.. Learn more
Black Liquor Recovery Boiler Optimization Objectives. Increase BLS Throughput; The Recovery Optimization System developed by AAI utilizes the latest concepts in control strategy for Recovery Boiler Processes using the tools available in modern computer based control systems and instrumentation typical of a Recovery Boiler. As opposed to
Black liquor recovery boilers involving a PSM-covered chemical at or above threshold quantity are covered by the PSM Standard. Gas-fired auxiliary fuel burner systems are covered by the PSM standard when used to fire black liquor recovery boilers involving threshold or …
Design features A chemical and heat recovery boiler for the pulp and paper industry; concentrated black liquor and combustion air are introduced into the furnace where heat is recovered as steam for electricity generation and process heating, and the inorganic portion of the black liquor is recovered as sodium compounds.
· Nov 08, 2011The higher the dry solids, the less water the black liquor contains and the hotter the adiabatic combustion temperature. Black liquor dry solids have always been limited by the ability of available evaporation.Virgin black liquor dry solids of recovery boilers is shown as a function of purchase year of that boiler.
Black Liquor Combustion in Kraft Recovery Boilers-Numerical Modelling Reza Fakhrai Dissertation for the degree of doctor of Philosophy in Energy and Furnace Technology (TeknD) 2000 Royal Institute of Technology Department of Material Science and Engineering Division of Energy and Furnace Technology S-100 44 Stockholm, Sweden Abstract
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