Murphy’s Law, that is typically stated, says: ”Anything that can go wrong will go wrong”. Guess what: Explosions in recovery boiler operations are not a modern fairy tale, they happen in reality. And you don`t want to bear the consequences, which are very high damage to the boiler with long shutdown times needed to bring the boiler back into daily operations.
Continue quality assurance is the key to avoid unplanned downtime, as well as the associated costs. So let`s discuss these three critical spots in a recovery boiler, which must be checked regularly:
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How to save considerable working hours for not only mill people but also for equipment suppliers and consultants, which results in good cost reductions for your mill. Better to be prepared than to repair afterwards.
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You have to keep costs for your daily operation down? Pay more attention to your liquor gun: it is the key tool to keep the reduction degree and therefore the costly makeup chemicals as well as emissions levels in the required range.
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