This article discusses the injection of technical water after the steam superheater of the boiler, the aim of which is to activate the free calcium oxide in the core of the OS fly ash and to increase the efficiency of the desulphurisation of the flue gas by it.
The aim of the injection of technical water after the steam superheater of the boiler activates the free calcium oxide in the OS fly ash and the increase of the efficiency of the flue gas desulphurisation by it .
The method of the injection of technical water after the steam superheater somewhat resembles the LIFAC method, pursuant to which the activation of the fly ash with the injection of technical water and the desulphurisation of the flue gas take place in the reactor, which is located after the air preheater [15, 16].
The place of activation is the flue (10), in which the flue gas is at a temperature up to 800[degrees]C between the steam superheater (6, 7) and the economizer (8).
Contract notice: Replacement of the steam superheater
PP IV boilers K1 and K4 in EOP.
Contract notice: replacement of the second and fourth chambers including a steam superheater
in the boiler no.
Contract notice: Supply Is An Electrical Steam Superheater
And A Power Modulation Units With A Heating Capacity Of Approx.
The subject of the public contract entitled "Replacement of steam superheater
boilers K4 and K1" is the production and delivery, removal and installation, design and construction of pressure test after replacing the superheater, assembly and disassembly facility purge boilers.
Supply and replacement of bulkheads grade III secondary steam superheater
The subject of the public contract entitled Replacing the steam superheater
boilers K6, K2, K3 and K5 is the production and supply, removal and installation, design and construction of pressure test after replacing steam superheater
, assembly and disassembly facility for purging the boiler.
Contract notice: replacing the 4th and 5th steam superheaters
on boiler no.
The intensive corrosive effect of chlorine was studied in high-temperature steam superheaters
of PF boilers in Estonia [1, 2] where KCl is the main corroding agent.