Discharging coke from chambers of slow-coking plant
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Introduction of the type GRU-2 “universai” hydro-cutting tool at slow-coking plant has enabled the rate of discharge to be increased by 40% and has reduced consumption of water and electric power by 30 to 40%. The yield of electrode-grade coke has gone up by some 8 to 10%.
By using the “bottom-to-top” method of discharge, the yield of electrode-grade fractions of coke can be increased by 3 to 4%.
Conveying petroleum coke within the plant by crude mechanisms increase the amount the coke that is crushed and pulverized. In order to preserve the electrode-grade fraction sizes of coke, scraper-conveyers should be replaced by belt conveyers and the number of steps in the conveying process should be reduced as much as possible.
KeywordsPetroleum Electric Power Fraction Size Belt Conveyer Petroleum Coke
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