York-Shipley's HR Series Heat Recovery Boilers are designed to utilize an existing waste heat stream to produce valuable steam. Whether you have excess heat from a thermal oxidizer or gas turbine, the HR Series can capture each BTU for maximum ROI.
The Waste Heat Recovery Boiler produces steam at required pressure and temperature. The boiler proposed is of water tube type with flue gases coming from the sponge iron kiln flowing over the tubes while water and steam circulate within the tubes. The boiler is of three flue gas passes. The Water Heat Recovery Boiler consists
The saturated steam produced in the heat recovery boiler is superheated prior to entry into a steam turbine generator which makes electricity. Superheating occurs in a superheater. A superheater is another heat exchanger, which cools gas after catalyst bed 1 (Chapter 9) and superheats that steam for power generation. The superheated steam goes to the steam turbine generator, produces electricity, …
Heat Recovery Steam Generators are used to recover waste heat from the exhaust of gas turbines, boosting efficiency from a range of 35% to 40% in a simple cycle (also known as open cycle) mode to a range of 55% to 60% in a combined cycle mode.
Steam boilers PAS Series Boilers for recovery of waste heat from motor fumes or fumes from turbines and industrial processes, to produce steam, superheated and hot water. Horizzontal design, 1 or 2 passes. The boiler structure, with a big horizontal body, is designed for the efficient passage of smokes.
Waste Heat Recovery boilers are designed to recover heat from waste flue gases from DG exhaust, Furnace exhaust, Kiln exhaust, incinerator exhaust etc. to produce steam or hot water based on the application requirements of the plant. There are 4 basic requirements or inputs for calculating your waste heat from the source.
Perhaps the most common heat recovery boiler is now the gas turbine heat recovery boiler. Most heat recovery applications are characterized by low heat capacity fluids and low pressures, which combine to limit the velocities over the tubes and result in low heat transfer coefficients.