YLW Biomass-fired thermal fluid heater is a heater assembled in the square coil horizontal chain grate workshop. The chain grate and the heater themselves are transported separately. It is applicable to chain grate, to realize mechanical ventilation of coal feed, blower, induced fan and mechanical discharge of slag discharging machine.
During the operation and combustion, the fuel falls from the coal barrel onto the grate, and the high-temperature flue gas enters the furnace through the combustion arch. After radiant heat exchange, the flue gas enters the convective heating surface for convective heat exchange, and finally enters the waste heat boiler and air heater. Into the dust collector, and then by the induced fan through the chimney into the atmosphere.
The laying-off of steel tube adopts CNC 3D laser cutting machine.
The manufacture of square coil tube adopts CNC three-dimensional tube bending machine, no forced shaping.
The manufacture of serpentuator adopts serpentuator automatic production line, once-forming.
Square coil tube and coil tube all adopt argon arc welding technique,which guarantees tubes are 100% qualified.
The optimized radiation heating surface and convective heating surface, the medium flow is more reasonable, without overheat of the carrier and reduce the life;
Convection section: optimize convection heating surface and adopt effective fix and structural support to make its working life longer.
Set up effective flue gas partition for convection heating surface and cast partition to make it works longer.
We have combustion arch patent, which is available for different types of coals, even the anthracite is very easy to burn.
Flame-proof feeding bucket can avoid the feeding bucket is burnt and coking.
There is ash cleaning unit, which is easy for maintaining, operating and cleaning.
Use superior refractory brick to build inside and superior perlite in the middle. Keep the furnace temperature under 50℃ to make the minimization of loss.
Furnace adopts double close line coil, which makes heating surface sufficient.
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