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Product Thermal Capacity: 1 - 20 t/h

Working Pressure: 0.7 - 2 Mpa

Available Fuel: Nature gas, coke oven gas, biogas, methanol, liquid propane gas, diesel, heavy oil, light oil, crude oil, etc.

Available Industries: Heat supplying, chemical, food, textile, printing and dyeing, cigarettes and tobacco, fodder, pharmacy, building materials, brewery, rubber, hospital etc.

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Introduction of WNS gas / oil fired steam boiler:

WNS series horizontal internal combustion boiler is a boiler shell type 3 passes wetback oil/gas fired boiler. After fuel is being atomized by burner, flame is full of the wave furnace and transfer heat via furnace wall, this is 1st pass; the high temperature smoke is collected in reversal chamber and then enters 2nd pass which is grooved tubes bundle area; after heat convection, air temperature gradually falls and goes to front smoke box and turn to 3rd pass, which is smooth tubes bundle area, and then enters chimney passing back smoke box and exhausted to the atmosphere.

Technical advantages:

1. Digitized manufacture
The key part such as material cutting, rolling, drilling are proceeded by advanced CNC machining process to reduce the assemble stress and extend boiler working lifetime.
The front and back smoke chamber plates are cut by CNC plasma cutting machine and looks tidy and beautiful.

2.Easy operation and maintenance
Fully automatically operating, with automatically adjustment and protection of burning, water level, temperature and steam pressure.

3. Longer working life
Smoke tube and tube sheet connection is expanded first to eliminate the gap between them, then adopt automatic argon arc welding to relief the stress and expand boilers working life.
Longitudinal and girth joint adopt advanced automatic submerged-arc welding for good welding quality. All longitudinal and girth joint will have 100% radiographic inspection.
Fin tube us ND steel or stainless-steel material which avoid low temperature corrosion.
Inspection procedure point is set up to guarantee the sequence of expanding and welding, avoid cracking of the tube sheet holes.

4. Less fuel consumption
High quality aluminum silicate fiber is used with fire clay insulation, to control the boiler body temperature below 45℃ to control heat lost.
Sufficient steam storage room and heating area makes boiler to generate high quality steam and high thermal power.
Condenser is added to reuse the waste heat of the exhausted smoke to increase feeding water’s temperature and reduce emission temperature, which can increase the thermal efficiency above 98% and save operating cost.

Textile Industry - an overview | ScienceDirect Topi

Textile industries produce colored wastewater which is heavily polluted with dyes, textile auxiliaries, and chemicals used in the dyeing and finishing processes (Roussy et al., 2005). As only 47% of dyes in textile wastewater are biodegradable, color removal from this wastewater type is the major treatment problem ( Pagga and Brown, 1986 ).

Steam power during the Industrial Revolution - Wikiped

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How much water does the textile industry use? - Quo

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A Study on Steam Engineering Practices in Texti

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May 29, 2014· It is power source for machinery. 2.STEAM: Steam is the vaporized state of water which contains heat energy and transfer that energy into a variety of processes in textile industry. Boilers are the common installation in utility plants to produce steam. Applications in textile industry: In textile industry Steam is used for fiber production

Impact of the Textile Industry on the Environme

The textile industry uses millions of gallons of water everyday. That's because to produce 1 kg of fabric, typically, 200 litres of water are consumed: washing the fiber, bleaching, dyeing and then cleaning the finished product. The problem does not rest in the high usage, though, but in the fact that often waste waters are not treated to remove pollutants before they are disposed in the


Environmental pollution risk analysis and risk management in textile industry is vital in order to prevent chemical disaster which may lead to terrible results. It is also important to maintain production level at the same time. This paper aims to identify and analyze the pollution due to water and air in a textile industry and steps to reduce

‘Textile industry consumes more water than needed’ | T

Aug 25, 2017· The textile industry consumes more water than needed and discharge untreated polluted water into the local water bodies. The study also revealed a gap …

Advances in the sustainable technologies for wat

The textile industry is one among the high-water-use and water-polluting industries across the globe. Most of the textile industrial processes, such as scouring, washing, bleaching, sizing, dyeing, and finishing, consume substantial amounts of fresh water, with discharge of large volumes of wastewaters which are diverse in chemical composition, ranging from inorganic finishing agents

Water Consumption in Textile Industry - Textile Learn

Water use can vary widely between similar operations as well. For example, knit mills average 10 gallons of water per pound of production, yet water use ranges from a low of 2.5 gallons to a high of 45.2 gallons. Textile industry is a leading consumer of water and it ranks among ten top water consuming industries.

Water Management at a textile industry: a case study

Textile industries use large amounts of water in their production processes, with subsequent generation of large quantities of wastewater. With ineffective and/or inefficient water management protocols in place, these industries can have a large negative impact on the environment. In order to assist in the development/setting of suitable actions to

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