30 Apr Circulating Fluidized Bed Boiler for Refuse-Derived-Fuel
Description of Equipment: Circulating Fluidized Bed Boiler
Problem: A slow, controlled heat-up schedule was not possible with the existing burner system and the customer required a minimum life of 2 years.
Solution: Gun, ram, and cast appropriate Thermbond products to eliminate the long and expensive dry-out schedule. Thermbond provides fast and easy installation methods in the various parts of the waste incinerator including areas of erosion and thermal shock.
Product Being Replaced: Conventional refractory products
Savings Using Thermbond: Reducing the length of the thermal dry out
- Thermbond Formula 2104-AL
- Thermbond Formula 2104-G
- Thermbond Formula 12-L
- Thermbond Formula 15-R
- Thermbond Formula 6-AG
- Thermbond Formula 6-P
- Thermbrake 403-G
Method of Installation: Cast, gun, ram, patch
Equipment Used: Pan-mixer, rotary feed wheel gunning machine, pencil vibrator
Scope of Work:
- Fluidized bed: Cast Formula 2104-AL at a depth of 4 inches.
- Cone of furnace: Formula 2104-AL cast up to 6 inches, Formula 12-L rammed up to 5 inches
- Combustion chamber: Formula 2104-AL cast up to 6 inches, Formula 2104-G gunned up to 6 inches, Thermbrake 403-G gunned up to 5 inches
- Seal pot (syphon): Formula 2104-G gunned up to 5 inches, Thermbrake 403-G gunned up to 5 inches
- Bed material return cooler: Cast Formula 2104-AL at 6 inches, 2104-G gunned up to 6 inches, Thermbrake 403-G gunned up to 5 inches
- Syphon roof, gas barrier: Formula 2104-G gunned up to 5 inches, Formula 403-G gunned up to 5 inches, Formula 15-R rammed up to 6 inches
- Flue gas duct: Formula 6-AG gunned up to a depth of 5 inches.
- Wall areas: Hand pack patches of Formula 6-P to depths of 1 – 2 inches