Heat Dissipation Mode of Rotary Kiln时间：2015-03-01 作者 ：adminhk
Rotary kiln is usually used to calcine chemical clinker. Its work is mainly carried out at high temperature. The heat dissipation effect of kiln has a significant relationship with the production quality of products. Then the heat dissipation of the kiln has become a more concerned topic of the manufacturer. Here's a brief introduction to the heat dissipation of the kiln.
The heat dissipation of the rotary kiln system is mainly concentrated on the shell of the kiln, accounting for about 60% of the total heat dissipation, so reducing the surface temperature of the kiln becomes the key to reduce the heat dissipation of the system. For reducing the heat dissipation on the surface of the kiln, the proper refractories are mainly selected. In the firing zone, the reasonable thickness of the kiln skin is mainly maintained, because the thermal conductivity of the kiln skin is less than that of the alkaline revolution. The pre decomposition zone is mainly made up of low thermal conductivity Silica Mortars and various composite bricks. If the bricks are selected properly and the kiln skin is maintained in place, the temperature of the whole kiln body can be reduced from 350 ℃ to 250 ℃ to 300 ℃ because the thermal conductivity of the kiln skin is much lower than that of the refractory bricks. Only this one can reduce the coal consumption, and the energy-saving effect is quite objective.
It is mainly because the preheater refractory materials are not used in masonry, or the insulation materials used are not up to the specified thickness of the rotary kiln. Especially in the maintenance of the old line, the construction team pursued the construction speed, did not use insulation materials, the system surface temperature was higher, more heat dissipation, resulting in increased coal consumption.
To sum up, the heat dissipation of rotary kiln is mainly on the kiln shell. When the temperature in the furnace is too high, we can reduce the temperature in the furnace by reducing the temperature on the kiln surface, provided that refractory materials are selected. The heat dissipation method described above can not only achieve the expected effect, but also reduce the coal consumption.