Better flue gas temperature control
The flue gas temperature before entering the convection parts of the boiler must be under approx. 600°C for optimal operation.
A too high temperature is caused by:
- A too high flue gas temperature at the inlet (refer to flue gas temperature into the Boiler)
- residues accumulating at the surface of the convection parts of the boiler, creating an isolation lining and having a double consequence: a lesser steam/energy production, and a higher flue gas temperature
Dublix can solve this problem by installing the DD-Jet Cleaning system for one or several of the empty passes of the boiler.
The achieved results are:
- A temperature at the boiler outlet reduced with 80 to 120°C
- A better operation of the boiler and the flue gas cleaning system
- More energy being generated from the circulating flue gas