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Energy saving in thermal process engineering with ultra-lightweight products made from High-Temperature Insulation Wool (HTIW)

Energy saving in thermal process engineering with ultra-lightweight products made from High-Temperature Insulation Wool (HTIW)

Author: Michael Springer/Heinz Wimmer
Topic: Thermoprozesstechnik Thermoprocessing
Publishing year: 2008

With reference to selected applications from the steel industry and environmental technology, the excellent chemical, physical and thermomechanical properties of aluminium silicate wool (ALSITRA) and polycrystalline wool (ALTRA), these are belonging ...

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High saving potential by a modern solution for emptying of billet heating systems

High saving potential by a modern solution for emptying of billet heating systems

Author: Achim Thus
Topic: Thermoprozesstechnik Thermoprocessing
Publishing year: 2008

The technological requirements for the forging process are forced by the needs of a modern production cycle. So high productivity, accuracy in quality and very high flexibility of different parts force the production process to come up with new ...

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An overview of inductive gear spin hardening

An overview of inductive gear spin hardening

Author: Hansjürg Stiele/Fabian Marquis
Publishing year: 2008

Gap-by-gap, tooth-by-tooth and gear spin hardening are three different methods used for gear hardening by induction. While it is only possible to harden parts of the gear step by step using the first two methods, gear spin hardening allows all the ...

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Modeling and experimental study of induction heating of carbon materials

Modeling and experimental study of induction heating of carbon materials

Author: Nédeltcho Kandev/Normand Bédard
Publishing year: 2008

This paper discusses an efficient method for thermal treatment of carbon materials by using a dynamic combination of induction heating and radi-ation heat transfer. The manufacturers of carbon or graphite products use almost exclusively natural gas ...

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Regenerative burners for double-P radiant tubes in vertical galvanizing lines

Regenerative burners for double-P radiant tubes in vertical galvanizing lines

Author: Alexander Georgiew/Joachim G. Wünning/Uwe Bonnet
Topic: Thermoprozesstechnik Thermoprocessing
Publishing year: 2008

This article will describe the application of a new self regenerative burner in a continuous galvanizing line. After a brief introduction of the process line, the self regenerative burner will be described. Very high air preheat temperatures enable ...

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Regenerative burner systems for batch furnaces in the steel industry

Regenerative burner systems for batch furnaces in the steel industry

Author: Jörg Teufert/Josef Domagala
Topic: Thermoprozesstechnik Thermoprocessing
Publishing year: 2008

Regenerative burner systems for steel industry batch furnaces are now state-of-the-art. They permit furnace operation with extremely low energy consumption (reduction of CO2 emissions), with simultaneous minimization of NOx emissions. They are ...

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Muffle furnaces for temperatures from 200-1200°C with controlled atmospheres and vacuum

Muffle furnaces for temperatures from 200-1200°C with controlled atmospheres and vacuum

Author: Roland Waitz
Topic: Thermoprozesstechnik Thermoprocessing
Publishing year: 2008

The «Hot Wall» heating technology for furnace operation under controlled atmosphere and vacuum up to 1200°C is briefly described on the basis of KS-S, a small to medium sized furnace line with chamber volumes from 80 dm³ to 2 m³. Realizable ...

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New trends in HICON® bell annealers for rod and drawn wire

New trends in HICON® bell annealers for rod and drawn wire

Author: Dieter Brandstätter
Topic: Thermoprozesstechnik Thermoprocessing
Publishing year: 2008

A series of innovations has increased both the user-friendliness and the cost-effectiveness of HICON® bell annealers. This has resulted in an increase in the technological leadership of furnace facilities developed by EBNER for heat treating rod ...

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Economical production of pancake coil copper tube

Economical production of pancake coil copper tube

Author: Glynn Jones
Topic: Thermoprozesstechnik Thermoprocessing
Publishing year: 2008

In order to reduce the cost of manufacturing pancake coil copper tube, many copper tube producers are installing automatic handling and packaging systems in the production line. However, due to the problem of coils sticking and intertwining together ...

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Saving fuel gas in industry by means of optimum burner settings

Saving fuel gas in industry by means of optimum burner settings

Author: Christian Schare
Topic: Thermoprozesstechnik Thermoprocessing
Publishing year: 2008

The following article highlights the economic advantage of optimum burner settings. It is designed to achieve maximum benefit for industry and the environment at minimum cost. Optimum burner settings and related work guarantee the economy and ...

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New burner technology for reduction of NOx-emissions from gas fired industrial furnaces

New burner technology for reduction of NOx-emissions from gas fired industrial furnaces

Author: Thomas Lewin
Topic: Thermoprozesstechnik Thermoprocessing
Publishing year: 2008

The new SER burner technology presented renders higher efficiency, less maintenance as well as an easier installation mode without negative influence upon burner power, reliability or furnace temperature. A high priority is the possibility to be ...

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heat processing – 02 2008

heat processing – 02 2008

Topic: Thermoprozesstechnik Thermoprocessing
Publishing year: 2008

The international magazine for the entire field of industrial furnaces, heat treatment processes, the efficient use of energy in thermoprocessing ...

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