Working principle of sludge incinerator
The working principle of sludge incinerator: batch feeder puts the sludge of intermittent feeding door into the converter and opens the combustion by automatic temperature control. According to the principle of combustion three t (temperature, time and swirl), the combustion chamber is completely oxidized, pyrolyzed and burned in the combustion chamber of the furnace. The flue gas after burning enters the two combustion chambers, and further destroys the unburned harmful substances in the flue gas in two combustion chambers. In order to fully decompose the unburned embers and meet the emission requirements, two combustors set up a combustor with auxiliary combustion and a unique fan device was configured to ensure full contact with oxygen at high temperatures. At the same time, the residence time of flue gas in the two combustion chambers is guaranteed, and the air volume is adjusted according to the oxygen content of the flue gas in the two combustion chambers. The two combustion chambers are controlled and dedusting by the dust collector, which make the incineration efficiency and destruction removal rate reach 99%, make it achieve the odor free, odorless and smokeless effect, reach the national emission standard, and then enter the chimney T. The atmosphere and the ashes after burning are all exported from the outlet.
The material is sent to the combustion chamber, which is ignited by a combustion engine controlled by ignition temperature. According to the principle of combustion three T (temperature, time, eddy current), the combustor is completely oxidized, pyrolyzed and burned in the combustion chamber. After combustion, smoke enters the two combustion chamber, and then burns at high temperature to make it completely burn. After that, the flue gas enters the cold heat exchanger cooled by the cold state, and then is discharged from the bag dust collector, and is discharged from the chimney into the atmosphere. The ashes produced after combustion are removed manually and transferred to landfills.