En este apartado se recogen las principales documentos técnicos, novedades y otras aplicaciones especificas que cada fabricante que SXS medioambiente proporcione en cada momento.

La finalidad de este apartado es poder proporcionar soluciones técnicas que vayan apareciendo en el mercado y que se hayan validado con éxito en diferentes sectores industriales, independientemente del tipo de producto o equipo.

 

OPTIMIZACION DE LA COMBUSTION

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OPTIMIZACION DE LA COMBUSTION

For large combustion plants and power plants we offer the DCEM 2100 particulate monitor. This monitor is certified to EN 15267 part 3 QAL 1 for all industrial processes including waste incineration. It offers outputs in Transmission, Opacity and mg/m3 (when calibrated against a Standard Reference Method). The DCEM 2100 offers real-time zero and span calibration and an efficient air purge system to prevent optical contamination. The DCEM 2100 also has a valve system to prevent stack contaminants damaging the optical surfaces should the air purge fail. Finally, the analyser has a misalignment check that warns when misalignment drift sets in.

OPTIMIZACION DE LA COMBUSTION

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To optimize combustion processes, both O2 and CO must be measured on‐line. Excess O2 in the exhaust stream represents energy waste as this air volume is heated by the combustion and then lost through the chimney. By reducing the excess O2 levels in the boiler exhaust, fuel is saved. For boilers larger than 40 MW thermal power production, even a reduction of 0,1 % in excess O2 represents millions of dollars annually in fuel savings. Excess O2 in exhaust streams is caused by feeding more air to the boiler burners than is needed for combustion of the fuel qualities present. Being that air contains around 79% nitrogen and nitrogen at the high furnace temperature produces NOx, reductions in O2 translate into reductions in NOx emissions as well. READ MORE....