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TimePosted 13/07/2010 18:25:48
Stephenb says

burning of aromatic hydrocarbons

Good day experts.

Can someone tell me the possibility of burning aromatic hydrocarbons(liquid)  in a wet kiln in terms of how and where to intoduce in into the kiln, any dangers to the kiln or people and any precautionary steps before introducing it please?

Thank you


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Michael Clark
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TimePosted 14/07/2010 15:31:33

Re: burning of aromatic hydrocarbons

The main burner would be the place to burn such a fuel on a wet kiln. A liquid injection channel would be required through the kiln main burner. Such a system will have to be properly engineered to minimise or eliminate any dangers to the kiln or people.