Cement Kilns: Firing systems
In rotary kilns, irrespective of the fuel used, the most obvious common feature of the firing system is the firing pipe (burner pipe) which passes through the kiln hood at the kiln's hot end, arranged more or less along the kiln's centre line, and through which the fuel is projected into the kiln at high velocity. The effect is rather like a,Kiln Flame Systems Ltd.,Burning and cooling operation. Rotary Kiln is the main equipment for clinkeriztion. The ACC Wadi Cement plant consisting of Kiln (Size 4.8 Mts. Dia x 74.0 Mts. Length) from ABL with 3000,Burner pipe (20) is, via a flanged joint, bolted to supporting pipe (21). At the outlet end, the pipe isM.A.S. Kiln Burner,The aim is to develop a kiln burner with the capability to reach the maximum burner momentum at any flame shape, not only in one single point as with two primary air channel (or nozzle) burners. The burner momentum is the power available to the kiln operator to control the combustion process in the rotary kiln.