Dampferzeugerreinigung mit Infraschall

Das Unternehmen Infrafone, mit Hauptsitz in Stockholm, Schweden, verwendet seit über 30 Jahren Infraschall als Rußreinigungsmethode und hat Infraschall-Reinigungsanlagen auf 65 Abfall- und Biobrennstoffheizkraftwerken (die meisten davon während der letzten 8 Jahre), 11 Kohle-Heizkesseln und 900 Offshore-Einrichtungen angebracht.

Die technische Entwicklung hat zu einem sehr leistungsfähigen Produkt und einer einzigartigen akustischen Modellierungs-Software geführt. Infraschallreinigung erhöht die Effizienz, Verfügbarkeit und Lebensdauer von Offshore- und Industrie-Kesseln.

Dieser Beitrag beschreibt die Eigenschaften von Infraschall und der Technologie der Ausrüstung. Vergleiche mit anderen Reinigungsmethoden, wie Dampfrußblasen und Reinigung mit hörbarem Schall werden durchgeführt. Es werden anhand einiger Anlagen die Reinigungsleistung und die erreichten Einsparungen zusammengefasst.

1. Reinigungsanwendungen
2. Infraschall
3. Akustische Modellierung
4. Technik des Infraschallreinigers
5. Vergleich mit Schallhörnern
6. Potenzielle Einsparungen bei Infraschallreinigung
7. Fallstudien
8. Zusammenfassung

Copyright: © TK Verlag - Fachverlag für Kreislaufwirtschaft
Quelle: Energie aus Abfall 11 (2014) (Januar 2014)
Seiten: 14
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Autor: Martin Ellebro

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