CSH - Compañia Siderurgica Huachipato improving furnace monitoring using TMT Probes
During an upcoming Blast Furnace repair in Talcahuano, Chile, “Compañia Siderurgica Huachipato” will install a variety of new TMT probes on its Blast Furnace #2.
The furnace will receive a burden profile measuring system suitable for its furnace’s size to support the customer to make best use of its new charging system in the future.
Also, a TMT SOMA system will be installed to measure the entire gas temperature distribution in the complete BF throat and help the customer understand the permeability of the burden and detect any abnormal process behaviour earlier.
For supporting CSH in further reducing coke rates, a set of fixed and movable In-Burden probes will provide temperature data and an analysis of the gas components inside the furnace.
A Furnoscope camera system will allow the customer to make a qualitative evaluation of the furnace top and the wear of the charging system during operation.
To complete the package, the stockline level will be reliably measured using a combination of radar and mechanical probes.
The measurement data provided by this combination of probes will help CSH to further improve the efficiency of the process, reducing operational costs, fuel rate and CO2 emissions.
For further details please feel free to contact us by telephone under +49 271 4014 223 or by E-Mail addressed to Mrs. C. Dirlenbach (mailto:claudia.dirlenbachnoSpam@tmt.com).
TMT - Tapping Measuring Technology - a joint venture between DANGO & DIENENTHAL and PAUL WURTH, two globally renowned companies operating in the iron and steel market, draws on decades of experience and comprehensive expertise to develop ground-breaking solutions for tapping-, measuring- and process technology used in blast furnaces and ferro-alloy furnaces. Our prime objective is to offer our customers equipment with the highest ROI rates in our industry.