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Where does the heat source of the continuous carbonization machine come from?

The heat source of the continuous carbonization furnace is derived from the gasifier. The charcoal briquette production line is equipped with a gasifier. We can use our own gas supply furnace.

continuous carbonization furnace

first. When the continuous carbonization furnace starts to start heating, a heat source heating carbonization furnace is needed.

1 One is to use a hot gas stream generated by a reverberatory furnace to carry out a combustion carbonization furnace to achieve the purpose of temperature rise.

2 The other is to use a gasifier device to ignite the sawdust through a gasifier, and combustible gas produced by the gasifier to burn the carbonization furnace to achieve the purpose of temperature rise. (The gasified sawdust passes through the carbon powder output device of the carbonization furnace to become carbonized carbon powder, and the combustible gas is recovered by the wood tar recovery device).

Second. When the carbonization furnace is heated to a certain temperature, the combustible gas generated inside is separated by a dust separator, and the combustible gas after the dust separation is recovered by the wood tar recovery device (generally, one ton of carbon powder can be obtained per ton of carbon powder produced) 200kg-300kg wood tar).

Third. After the carbonization furnace heats the self-produced gas, the reverberatory furnace heating or the gasifier gas production device stops working at this time, and the preliminary heating equipment is finished.

Fourth. After the carbonization furnace is working for 2-3 hours (different time and temperature), the toner flows into the condenser from the furnace and flows out from the condenser. The equipment is produced normally and can be continuously cut without interruption. Therefore, this carbonization furnace is called a continuous carbonization furnace.




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