The heart of every plant is of course the combustion chamber, with its grate and combustion system philosophy.
The afterburner chamber is divided into two chambers.
Depending on the setting, the combustion chamber temperature is 850 - 950 °C in the main combustion chamber and 950 - 1150 °C in the afterburner chambers.
The firing temperatures are automatically controlled according to local specifications.
An emergency system (pressure and temperature dependent) is available.
We took a closer look at these problems and created a new type of combustion grate that is easy to maintain and favourable in its manufacture and replacement, as combustion gratings are wearing parts.
Ventilation of the combustion chambers
Ventilation is provided by one or more combustion air fans, the control of which is regulated by corresponding oxygen measurements to ensure sufficient oxygen enrichment and thus complete combustion.
The system contains 2 sight glasses into the combustion chamber as well as numerous connections and connection possibilities for necessary and additional measuring instruments.
The ash is removed manually via 3 large ash removal doors or optionally via an automatic wet ash removal system.
Larger systems as individual solutions.
Automatic control systems.
Manual ash removal.
Large side chamber doors, also usable for revision access.
Inspection opening at the front for easy replacement of the combustion grate.
Automatic feeding system,
automatic ash removal system,
liquid injection system,
heat recovery and energy generation,
Suction and fresh air blowers,
Sensors and control systems,
data secured transmission system (dsts) for CEMS and system data,
and other plant components,
partly included, partly optional, depending on the individual configuration of a plant.