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What should I do if the heat-conducting oil furnace is coked?

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What should I do if the heat-conducting oil furnace is coked?
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The coking speed of heat transfer oil is related to the temperature it bears. At present, the highest temperature that the best heat transfer oil can withstand is 600C.

The flame temperature in the heat-conducting oil furnace can reach more than 600C (using coal as fuel). The temperature distribution of the heat-conducting oil in the furnace is uneven, and the outlet thermometer only shows the temperature after the heat-conducting oil is heated and mixed.

The higher the circulating velocity of the heat transfer oil, the higher the degree of turbulence, which helps reduce the unevenness of its temperature distribution in the furnace.

To be precise, reducing the flow velocity will aggravate the non-uniformity of the heat transfer oil being heated, and the thermal degradation rate of the heat transfer oil will be accelerated.
[Let me comment] Answerer: Anonymous2012-06-11 01:56


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