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Krasnoyarsk’s burner exchange

24 February 2020, Published under Cement News

The burner system of Line 5 at the Krasnoyarsk cement plant in Siberia has been retrofitted from a direct-firing to a state-of-the-art indirect-firing system, courtesy of KHD Humboldt Wedag. The burner exchange project, primarily implemented to meet tighter emission regulations, yields further potential benefits for this wet-process plant. By Vladimir Afanasin, Krasnoyarskiy Cement, Russia, Victor Kravchenko, Sibcemstroi, Russia, and Alex Knoch and Wilhelm Wenzel, KHD Humboldt Wedag, Germany...

Boosting AF rates with flame thermography

06 November 2019, Published under Cement News

Over the past 30 years the cement industry has witnessed an increasing use of alternative fuels (AF), but the amount that can be fired in the main burner is limited by different process factors. To optimise AF firing in the main burner, VDZ has conducted several research projects with the aid of flame thermography. The know-how gained has been used to support producers seeking higher AF substitution rates, including a European plant that reached 100 per cent in the main burner without compro...

Processing depth for AFs

06 June 2019, Published under Cement News

In his paper ‘A new approach to burning alternative fuels’, delivered at the Cemtech Europe 2018 conference in Istanbul, Turkey, Oral Turesay of KHD Humboldt Wedag introduced the concept of ‘processing depth’. His thesis was that the greater the proportion of the thermal energy requirements to be provided by alternative fuels (AFs), the greater the investments for kiln modification are likely to be. That is certainly the case and has been borne out by many examples from the international cem...

Burner for the future

25 April 2018, Published under Cement News

Russia-based Sibirskiy Cement JSC is investing in the modernisation of its production facilities. One such project is the upgrade of Kiln 5 at its Krasnoyarsk Cement LLC plant. The works will see the replacement of the line’s oil-fuelled single-channel burner with a multi-channel PYRO-JET burner. By Sibirskiy Cement, Russia. The old burner of Kiln 5 at the Krasnoyarsk Cement plant, Russia Commissioned in 1974, Sibirskiy Cement’s Krasnoyarsk plant produces clinker for special cem...