M.Azhar
70 posts
TimePosted 28/01/2010 22:46:14
M.Azhar says

Snowman On the kiln burner

how to control the formation of snow man on the kiln burner, due this snowman  nose ring coating and castable damages observed 

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Michael Clark
312 posts
TimePosted 30/01/2010 21:21:07

Re: Snowman On the kiln burner

This is a common occurence and is sometimes called a "rhino-horn". It is almost impossible to prevent due to the aerodynamics in the kiln hood. However, it does not normally cause any problems.

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M.Azhar
70 posts
TimePosted 31/01/2010 06:27:19
M.Azhar says

Re: Snowman On the kiln burner

Hello Michael 

I dont get the function of aerodynamic in the formation of Rhino-horn

pls send some text about this or any web link 

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Vikpro
77 posts
TimePosted 31/01/2010 07:48:28
Vikpro says

Re: Snowman On the kiln burner

Dear Mr. m. Azhar,

I agreed with Michael comment, Rhino-horn is un avoidable. You can reduce this formation with following below points....

- Avoid dusty kiln.

- Optimize your cooler air.

- Avoid high hood & secondary air temp .

- If it is possible pull back burner pipe.( if inside the kiln)

-  Reduce liquid phase

-  Shift your burning zone inside.

 Vikpro

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