Furnace Improvements Services

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Furnace Improvements Services
Furnace Improvements Services offers Furnace Repair services in Sugar Land TX.

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Rice Global E&C Forum I made a presentation today on"Fired Heaters-Key to Efficient Operation of Refineries and Petrochemicals" at the Rice Global E&C Forum. It was attended by almost 50 business people and engineers. Here are the slides.


Furnace Improvements New Video Up! #firedheater #Engineering youtu.be/q4Ty0ZoYzcA?a


We will be conducting a Cracking Heaters School, September 12-14, 2017 for more details visit heatflux.com/training-1/

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Cracking Heaters School from September 12-14, 2017 in Houston TX This three-day school provides an introduction and insights into the pyrolysis heaters for the production of ethylene. The course focuses on fundamentals, operation, performance, reliability and safety aspects. These heaters are the heart in Olefin plants. Gain Practical Information You will gain practical information on Pyrolysis heaters. You will learn about: • Cracking process • Key Cracking parameters • Design Considerations • Radiant coil types and metallurgy • Quench system • Burners and firing arrangement • Process Control and monitoring • Coking mechanism and Decoking techniques • Troubleshooting Who should attend this course? • Operations Engineers • Process Engineers • Technical Service Engineers • Mechanical Engineers • Maintenance Personnel • Production Supervisors • Project Engineers After the course, you will be able to: • Compare different types of cracking heaters • Determine optimum operating conditions • Improve efficiency of your cracking heaters • Improve run length of your units Please contact us for more details and registration form.

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New Damper Design Improves Draft Control in Fired Heaters Fired heaters are major consumers of energy in the Refining and Petrochemical Industries. Almost 40 to 70% of the total energy consumption in a refinery or petrochemical plants is in fired heaters. Refineries in the USA spend upward of $2.5 Billion per year on the fuel bill. While most of the plant operators and engineers are aware of the importance of controlling Excess Oxygen in the fired heaters, the draft control in fired heaters is often over looked. Most of the heaters are operating with very high draft. The average draft in the fired heaters maintained is at almost 3-4 times the value recommended. This has happened over the years as the not much attention is paid to the design and operation of stack dampers. Most of the stacks are sized for summer ambient temperature and 115% load. The damper loss considered in design is 1.5 velocity heads although fully open damper consumes only 0.5 velocity heads. Stack heights are also controlled by the pollution considerations. Stack diameters are dictated by structural considerations. As a result of the oversizing, the damper ends up consuming lot more pressure drop during the actual operation. The stack damper could be operating at 40-50% open at full loads. The heater gains draft in the night due to lower ambient temperatures and it could mean another 0.1 inch WC of draft or more. This means that the stack damper should be controlling draft accurately during the day and night cycle. Most of the dampers are kept fully open all the time. This type of operation causes considerable loss of energy and inefficiency. We have developed a new type of damper design for controlling draft in the fired heaters. Our patent pending damper design has multiple pneumatic operators for controlling the stack damper. Typically two operators will cover most of the range but in some very large dampers, we may recommend installing 3 operators. By installing multiple operators, we are able to change the control characteristics of the damper itself and damper can work smoothly from 50 % to 115% load without any issues. We are enclosing a presentation for your information. It is possible to save substantial amount of energy by improving the controls. We can take care of tramp air by operating the heater at correct draft. We have a developed a very Rugged and Reliable Damper Control System which can be used by itself or can be integrated with draft control system. Please contact us if you have a heater with draft or tramp air issues and we can provide you with a no obligation estimate for modifying or replacing your existing damper.


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Furnace Improvements designed this high efficiency hot oil heater in a very limited plot space. FIS developed a unique design of slip stream air preheater using the hot oil that is circulated in the system. The heater also has an inline SCR system in the convection system. Furnace Improvements installed burners using their patented inclined firing system. This system will eliminate any flame impingement and keep the hot oil film temperature very low.


New Hot Oil Heater: youtu.be/iNks4GEsHlE?a

Burnt out finned tubes from one of the heaters