HFO Furnaces – Steel billet and slab furnaces

MXT9® has long been supplied to the steel reheating furnaces factories as a part of energy saving tool that improves combustion efficiency and save fuel. Several steel reheating furnaces flame can be seen changes.

Example 1 : Thailand. A slab furnace consumes fuel oil 75,000 L/day
Flame Before
FlameDistribution_4_before
Flame After
FlameDistribution_4_after
Example 2 : Thailand. A slab furnace consumes fuel oil 120,000 L/day
Flame Before
FlameDistribution_5_before
Flame After
FlameDistribution_5_after
Example 3 : Thailand. A slab furnace consumes fuel oil 250,000 L/day
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Flame Before
FlameDistribution_6_before
Flame After
FlameDistribution_6_after
Flame temperature increases
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The flame temperature was measured by a thermal imaging device showing that the flame temperature increased from 1,319°C to 1,396°C.
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Example 4 : Thailand. A galvanizing furnace consumes fuel oil 9,000 L/day
Flame Before
FlameDistribution_1_before
Flame After
FlameDistribution_1_after

Example 5 : Philippines. A billet furnace consumes fuel oil 15,000 L/day
Flame Before
FlameDistribution_2_before
Flame After
FlameDistribution_2_after

Example 6 : Thailand. A billet furnace consumes fuel oil 20,000 L/day
Flame Before
FlameDistribution_3_before
Flame After
FlameDistribution_3_after

Example 7 : MXT9® was demonstrated at the steel billet factory in Thailand.
Flame Before
Flame After