Excess heat recovery unit for the carbonization furnace BIO-KILN
Excess heat recovery unit is made of heat resistant steel. The basic set of delivery provides for the removal of excess heat during the operation of the carbonization furnace BIO-KILN, which have high temperatures of 1000-1200°C and lowering their temperature to the required from 60 to 300°C. Excellent drying heat balance achieved by adjustable cold air ducts, that is, lowering the temperature of flue gases is achieved by diluting them with cold air. Excess heat recovery provides a system for automatic control of the temperature of the heat carrier within the specified temperature (60-300°С).
The resulting heat carrier has no traces of unburned pyrolysis products, i.e. it has no smell and can be used directly to dry carbonization raw materials and charcoal briquettes for hookah or BBQ. Excess heat recovery can be connected to a drum dryer or dryer for charcoal briquettes.
By agreement, excess heat recovery can be equipped with a gas-air or gas-water heat exchanger.
|1||Mixer||Made of heat-resistant materials with mineral wool insulation|
|2||Heat carrier smoke exhauster||Peak consumption 7,5 kW/hour|
|4||Automation system||Owen / Schneider|
|5||Dimensions||Length: 12700 mm / Width: 700 mm|
|6||Weight||1 200 kg|
|7||Heat carrier temperature||80-300°С|
*The power of the smoke exhauster depends on the chosen model of the BIO-KILN, the productivity of the furnace and the required drying parameters.
Dimensions and elements of excess heat recovery
|1||Chimney cap||A||Included in the BIO-KILN delivery set|
|2||Chimney connection block||A||Included in the excess heat recovery delivery set(made of heat resistant materials)|
|3||Chimney||A||Included in the BIO-KILN delivery set|
|4||Mixer pipe||A||Made of heat-resistant materials and insulated with mineral wool|
|5||Air mixer||B||Equipped with an electric adjustable drive, provides dilution of the heat carrier with atmospheric air to lower its temperature|
|6||Electric smoke exhauster||C||Provides the selection of the heat carrier and its direction to the source of consumption|
Scheme excess heat recovery unit