Cleona, PA, United States
Cleona, PA, United States

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Lisin F.,Hauck Manufacturing Co.
Iron and Steel Technology | Year: 2011

Hauck Manufacturing Corporation recently supplied two different burners that include ultralow-NOx side-fired and flat flame burners for two advanced technology pusher steel reheat furnaces rated at 120 tons/hr, each designed by CMI Thermline in Belgium. The upper soak zones of the reheat furnace are equipped with three rows of four each of 6-inch WHI flat flame burners, while the lower soak zone is equipped with four 12-inch TriOx side-fired burners. The burner can be equipped for two modes of firing as required that include a traditional firing mode with less air staging for cold furnace startups and minimal CO formation and an Invisiflame® mode with highly staged air for minimal NOx emissions at high furnace temperatures. The TriOx burner applied in the heat zone also utilizes a triple air-staged injection design for maximum production efficiency while minimizing NOx emissions with high-temperature preheated air.

Feese J.,Hauck Manufacturing Co. | Lisin F.,Hauck Manufacturing Co.
Iron and Steel Technology | Year: 2013

Hauck Manufacturing Co. designed a precise control scenario for a seven-zone rotary hearth furnace used for heating steel billets prior to forging. Comprehensive computational fluid dynamic analysis was conducted to determine required air/fuel ratios for each furnace zone and corresponding burner positions and firing rates to maintain optimum CO2/CO and H2O/H2 ratios. Combustion system control, zone air/fuel ratios and furnace thermal specifics are discussed.

Feese J.,Hauck Manufacturing Co. | Lisin F.,Hauck Manufacturing Co.
AISTech - Iron and Steel Technology Conference Proceedings | Year: 2010

Through the application of two unique ultra low NOx burners, Hauck provided a solution that allows this particular furnace builder and end steel producer to handle the competing challenges of reducing fuel consumption and meeting increasingly stringent emissions regulations when reheating steel. The use of roof-mounted flat flame WHI burners in the soak zone and side mounted TriOx burners in the heat zone allow the furnace to meet the full range of production demands while also satisfying the economic and environmental challenges faced by the steel industry. Product and temperature uniformity is aided by the sizing, placement and flame geometry of the selected burners. Furnace modeling verified the utility of these two advanced burner products in enabling the furnace design to meet the performance needs of the end-customer.

Hauck Manufacturing Company | Date: 2014-01-31

A lean premix burner has a center fire nozzle, which includes radial gas outlets and a ring of outlets. The gas outlets from the center fire nozzle are fed from a manifold. The center fire gas is controlled separately from the main gas supply, which has several advantages, including enhanced turn down capability.

Hauck Manufacturing Company | Date: 2010-03-30

Computer software used for executing complex combustion processes, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer calculations associated with the application of burners and burner technology to industrial furnaces and heat process equipment; Computer software to specify, size, and select air and fuel components and in the design of the air and fuel manifolds needed for the application of burners to industrial furnace equipment used in heat processing industries.

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