WHB stands for Waste Heat Boiler. If you are visiting our non-English version and want to see the English version of Waste Heat Boiler, please scroll down to the bottom and you will see the meaning of Waste Heat Boiler in English language.
a boiler without its own firebox, which uses the heat of waste gases from industrial or power equipment. The temperature of gases entering a waste-heat boiler is 350°-400°C (in the case of a boiler installed behind an internal-combustion engine) to 900°âˆ’1500°C (if it is installed behind a reverberatory or refining furnace or a cement kiln).
17-04-2020· A waste heat boiler uses the heat formed as a byproduct of another process, heat which would normally be wasted, and uses it to create steam. The steam can be used to drive turbines which produce electricity. Alternatively, the boiler can simply be used to heat water or other kinds of fluid.
OverviewProcess heat recovery boilers, or waste heat boilers, are widely used, particularly on ethylene and ammonia plants and on sulfuric acid and nitric acid plants. This type of boiler has developed as a cross between a conventional shell-and-tube heat exchanger and a firetube boiler. Its original function was to cool high temperature process gas and, as a by-product, to generate low pressure steam. The steam â€¦
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