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Petrochemical plants are chemical industries that produce chemical products from petroleum and natural gas. Its production process has three characteristics in heat energy utilization: first, it needs a large number of steam of different quality to provide heat and as raw materials for production; secondly, it needs a large number of driving power to compress gas and pump fluid; thirdly, it has a large number of production process heat to recover heating water and generate steam, among which compressed gas consumes a lot of energy. Chemical plants need a steam power system which is closely matched with the production process and adapts to the production demand, i.e. steam system, to supply heat for production process and steam as raw material, as well as to supply steam to each steam turbine to generate power drive pump.

Chemical Industry

Types and Specifications of Boilers Suitable for Chemical Industry
SHX Series Circulating Fluidized Bed Hot Water Boiler
SHX Series Circulating Fluidized Bed Hot Water Boiler

Product Thermal Power: 7-58MW

Working Pressure:1.0-1.6 MPA

Output Water Temperature: 130/70℃, 115/70℃

Applicable Fuel: Coal, Gangue, Biomass, Waste, Sludge

Applicable industry: Heating

SZL Series Coal Fired Hot Water Boiler
SZL Series Coal Fired Hot Water Boiler

Thermal Power: 2.8-2.9MW

Working Pressure: 1.0-1.25 MPA

Output Water Temperature: 95/70℃, 115/70℃

Applicable Fuel: Bituminous Coal, Lean Coal, Anthracite

Applicable Industry: Heating, Hotels, Schools, Hospitals

SHL Series Bulk Biomass fired Steam Boiler
SHL Series Bulk Biomass fired Steam Boiler

Thermal Power: 10-35t/h

Working Pressure: 1.25-2.5 MPA

Output Water Temperature: 180-400℃

Applicable Fuel: Coal, Biomass

Applicable industry: Heating, Chemical, Food, Rubber, Feed

Steam boiler is an important equipment for chemical production. The steam generated by it is an indispensable source of heat and power in petrochemical enterprises. The special boilers produced by ZOZEN in many chemical plants are highly automated and can supply steam with constant pressure. The steam in the chemical plant mainly comes from the boiler of the power plant or the central heating station in the park, and secondly from the waste heat recovery system or the waste gas incineration system. With the new National Air Pollution Emission Standard, all coal-fired boilers under 10 t/h owned by factories will be cancelled and replaced by district central heating and long-distance heat transmission pipelines. Therefore, low nitrogen and near zero emissions of central heating will form the trend of clean energy.

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