2 sets of 90 ton CFB Boilers in Steel Factory
On 21st Jan, 2016, ZBG company signed a sales contract with a steel factory in Sichuang. ZG-90/3.82-M1 circulating fluidized bed steam boiler for power generation. Products delivery started from April 2015. And now, the boiler is under operation.
Steel making process requirements thousands kilowatt of electric energy each day. ZG-90/3.82-M1 represents that the boiler capacity is 90 ton per hour, and boiler pressure is 3.82 Mpa. Now, this cfb boiler is in its service.
Modern steelmaking processes can be broken into two categories: primary and secondary steelmaking. Primary steelmaking involves converting liquid iron from a blast furnace and steel scrap into steel via basic oxygen steelmaking or melting scrap steel and/or direct reduced iron in an electric arc furnace. Secondary steelmaking involves refining of the crude steel before casting and the various operations are normally carried out in ladles. In secondary metallurgy, alloying agents are added, dissolved gases in the steel are lowered, and inclusions are removed or altered chemically to ensure that high-quality steel is produced after casting.
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