elwathig
71 posts
TimePosted 14/10/2010 23:02:52
elwathig says

red spot

to all what the optimum solutions for red spot in cooling zone?

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Dastgir
108 posts
TimePosted 15/10/2010 06:19:14
Dastgir says

Re: red spot

Dear Elwathing,

If red spot is visible, than stop the kiln for refractory patch.

If shell temperature is increasing, the reduce the feed and use high liquid raw mix for coating formation.

And if your question is generic one, then there are lot of factors whereupon better coating formation depends for lasting refractory life.

Proper refractory selection, optimised raw mix and fuel for your plant conditions, burner pipe alignment are name to a few.

 

Regards,

Gulam Dastgir 

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Saddam Hu
28 posts
TimePosted 16/10/2010 20:54:52
Saddam Hu says

Re: red spot

Immediately put the MAXIMUM air on the spot. This is general step 1. But cooling zone might be tough... Depends on your process. Anyway do not come to the damage of the shell

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elwathig
71 posts
TimePosted 18/10/2010 08:41:17
elwathig says

Re: red spot

Dear Gulam Dastgir 

iam going to ask about what the optimum position for nozzle pipe tip inside the kiln?? from experimental in the cement industry

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