Product thermal capacity: 4-35 t/h
Working pressure: 1.0-2.5 MPA
Outlet temperature: 184-350 ℃
Available fuel: natural gas, coke oven gas, bio-gas，liquid propane gas, diesel, heavy oil, light oil, crude oil
Available industries: Petroleum, chemical, chemical fiber, pharmaceutical, textile printing and dyeing, building materials, wood processing, vegetable oil processing and other industries
fired pressure vessel have a three-pass round coil structure. A conical coil is used for the effective protection of the furnace wall at the boiler end. This product is equipped with an advanced combustion device and is fully automated in operation. After the burner ignites the fuel, flame fills the round coil tubes and transfers heat by radiation through the tube wall (first pass). The high temperature flue gas gathers at the back door and then turns to the convection tubes section (second pass), where heat transfer takes place by convection. The flue gas gradually cools down here and flows to the front door, where it is reversed and goes into the third pass. After that, it enters into the chimney through the economizer and is released into the atmosphere.
fired pressure vessel.This type of heater is delivered as a whole, and is installed on site, it only needs to connect thermal gas(oil) piping and electricity to start operation. The heater has four heating areas: furnace radiation heating area, the first convection tube bundle heating area, the second convection tube bundle heating area and economizer (waste heat boiler).
Sep 16, 2015 · A pressure vessel is a tank designed to hold fluids (gases or liquids or both) at a high pressure without bursting. A boiler is a tank to hold a liquid (often water) so that it can be boiled by a heat source. Often the purpose is to produce email@example.com > Get A Quote >
Pressure Vessels This division provides requirements applicable to the design, fabrication, inspection, testing, and certification of pressure vessels operating at either internal or external pressures generally above 10,000 psi. Such vessels may be fired or unfired. This pressure may be obtained from an external source, a process reaction, by firstname.lastname@example.org > Get A Quote >
Fired And Unfired Pressure Vessels A pressure vessel is a vessel in which pressure is obtained from an external source, or by the application of heat from an indirect or direct source. Vessels may gases, vapors, and liquids at various pressures and email@example.com > Get A Quote >
Apr 01, 2015 · Pressure Vessels Pressure Vessel Unit The pressure vessel unit is responsible under Labor Code sections 7620-7771 for the inspection of boilers (any fired or unfired pressure vessel used to generate steam pressure by the application of heat), and tanks (any fired or unfired pressure vessel used for the storage of air pressure or liquefied petroleum gases).firstname.lastname@example.org > Get A Quote >
The founders of the original ASME code recognized the increased danger to the public of a fired (heated) pressure vessel. In the mid to late 1800s, explosions in factories and on steamships were common. There were no uniform rules across the states for matters such as settings or even for the need for relief email@example.com > Get A Quote >
1. Boilers and fired pressure vessels as defined in the Boiler and Fired Pressure Vessel Safety Orders. 2. Vessels as defined in the Unfired Pressure Vessel Safety Orders, Section 460. 3. Vessels used in compressed air, LPG, CNG, LNG and NH3 services as defined in the Unfired Pressure Vessel …firstname.lastname@example.org > Get A Quote >