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Waste Heat Recovery System

With the installation of a waste heat recovery system offered by Radiant in the sulphur melter station, the steam supply can be altered from the boiler at the station. The station can continue to operate by the steam generated from the waste energy of SO₂.


Waste heat recovery is a process of using surplus heat generated in the industrial procedure. It is a way of transferring waste heat back to the system. It is designed on the basis of the amount of heat energy available in SO₂ gas generation in the sulphate melter chamber.

The waste heat recovery system can be modified using first and second-stage coolers by converting these coolers into computable economizers and pre-heaters of the WHR system. The heat required in the systems is obtained from the electrical heaters.


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