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0-750-0012-02_Ansicht.pdf
Alternative fuels
English, 0.59 MB
In view of rising ecological demands, SAACKE places special weight
on the development of „clean“ firing systems for environmentally
friendly combustion of nearly all gaseous, liquid and dust fuels.
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0-0750-0015_02_Ansicht.pdf
Biogas
English, 0.59 MB
Sewage gas and landfill gas are valuable sources of energy that are
frequently not exploited. Like many biogenic gases, they are mostly
composed of methane and therefore have an excellent capacity for
thermal utilization.
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seavis-02.pdf
Burner management system se@vis
English, 0.6 MB
Safe and simple - se@vis. At the forefront in industrial combustion technology, SAACKE devotes substantial time and resources to intensive, continuous product optimisation.
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0-0750-0121-02-WEB.pdf
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Coke-Oven-Gas.pdf
Coke-Oven-Gas
English, 0.55 MB
In the 19th and the first half of the 20th century coke oven gas
was one of the main sources of energy for urban households. It
was used for gas lamps, for heating and cooking.
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0-0750-0039-02-WEB.pdf
Flow optimization right from the start
English, 0.31 MB
CFD simulations increase planning reliability
for new projects and upgrades
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0-0175-0026-02-Web.pdf
Flue Gas Heat Exchanger
English, 0.18 MB
Waste heat means loss because energy is emitted unused into
the atmosphere. And this loss is greater and the hotter the flue
gas leaves the heat generator.
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0-0750-0075-02-WEB.pdf
Industrial solutions - Products and services
English, 1.31 MB
Combustion plant losses are a drain on the budget as well
as the environment. In many cases, up to 10% of all fuels
used are wasted. This means that modern industrial firing
plants have to use fuels most efficiently. But, optimization
does not necessarily have to result in higher expense or
long downtimes.
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0-0750-0014-02_Ansicht.pdf
Lean Gas
English, 0.54 MB
Gases with heating values between 2 – 20 MJ/m3, so-called lean
gases, are generated in large quantities as a by-product at steel
plants, for example.
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0-0750-0019-02_Ansicht.pdf
Liquid Special Fuels
English, 0.75 MB
Reduction of CO2 emissions and increased prices for fossil fuels are
only two reasons to look around for alternatives. Often you don’t
have to look far for a solution, i. e. industrial by-products generated
during production.
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0-0750-0043-02.pdf
Low NOx burner for maximum availability and efficiency
English, 0.23 MB
The monoblock burner for gas and light oil operation achieves
unrivaled burner capacities of up to 28 MW in the event of high
flue gas-side draft losses in the exhaust gas system.
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0-750-0031-02-WEB.pdf
Modernization module se@vis Efficiency Monitor
English, 0.37 MB
On average, the energy efficiency of combustion plants can be
improved by ten percent. Often this improvement can be realized
by the combination of a few corrections of the control parameters.
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0-0750-00118-02-WEB.pdf
New ways with SAACKE micro-CHP system
English, 1.05 MB
The energy efficient solution
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0-0175-0025-02-WEB.pdf
O2 / CO Control
English, 0.23 MB
A conventional combustion system operates with excess air so it
can guarantee reliable and clean combustion even under
fluctuating ambient and fuel conditions.
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0-0750-0084-02-WEB.pdf
Optimize combustion processes
English, 0.27 MB
CFD simulations increase effciency and reduce emissions
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0-0750-0103-02-WEB.pdf
Planning reliability – efficiency – flexibility
English, 0.25 MB
Apart from day-to-day core business, the importance of
maintaining the plants and systems required for production
and heat generation cannot be underestimated.
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0-0750-0077-02-WEB.pdf
Power production through CHP combined heat and power
English, 0.22 MB
The idea of using excess heat from generating electricity for process steam or hot water is not new. It could better be described as a log-ical step, because the hot flue gases of a cogeneration unit or a gas turbine contain great quantities of valuable energy
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0-0750-0043-02-WEB.pdf
Pressure jet atomizer TEMINOX GLS
English, 0.24 MB
Minimum emissions, maximum efficiency - The TEMINOX GLS (a) low-NOX burner combines compactness and exibility
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SAA_PI_TX_0093-02_PA7_181113.pdf
Pressure jet atomizer Tx
English, 0.34 MB
High operational reliability, compliance with emission regulations,
and  exibility in terms of fuels and costs – even in the lower capacity
range, these aspects have utmost importance. For this reason,
SAACKE has introduced the Tx burner series. The compact burner is
based on pressure jet technology and is available in three different
versions: As oil (Tx-L), gas (Tx-G) or dual fuel burner (Tx-GL).
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0-0750-0022-02_Ansicht.pdf
Pulverized Fuels
English, 0.61 MB
The answer to rising oil and gas prices: Pulverized fuels, like dry,
fossil and non-fossil by-products contain heat energy that can be
exploited.
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0-0750-0045-02-WEB.pdf
Rotary cup atomizer SKVG-A
English, 0.35 MB
Burners for gaseous and high-viscosity fuels. The SKVG-A combines the benefits of a compact burner with rotary cup atomizer technology.
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SAACKE_Chemie_Flyer_Web_EN.pdf
SAACKE Chemie Flyer Web EN
English, 0.44 MB
SAACKE, a specialist in the design and building of fuel burners, system solutions and turnkey plants for industrial thermal processes, is the preferred choice for cutting-edge solutions, whether onshore, offshore or on-board.
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SAM_a204_engl.pdf
SAACKE Plant Modernisation SAM
English, 0.68 MB
In the course of the service life of a heat generator it is necessary to upgrade periodically to keep abreast with advances in technology and changes in industry legislation. SAACKE offers an extensive program for this purpose.
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SAACKE_Service_Industrial_Solutions.pdf
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0-0750-0033b-02_Ansicht.pdf
se@vis compact
English, 0.22 MB
se@vis compact offers the range of functions and the advantages of a “large” control unit in a small package. It allows you to control even extensive process firings safely, accurately, and cost-effectively, without having to forgo the convenience of the system visualization. The integrated touch screen displays relevant information and allows the simple and quick operation of the complete firing system.
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0-0750-0032b-02_Ansicht.pdf
se@vis eco
English, 0.62 MB
The new SAACKE automatic firing sequence controller se@vis eco is small and particularly reasonably priced – but even in the basic configuration it still offers complete flexibility for demanding firing plants and considerable expansion possibilities.
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0-0750-0034-02_Ansich.pdf
se@vis pro
English, 0.21 MB
When it comes to controlling burners and system peripherals comprehensively and conveniently, se@vis pro is totally unrivalled. This controller offers extensive interfaces and visualizes all the processes relevant to the firing system.
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0-0175-0024-02-Web.pdf
Speed Control
English, 0.18 MB
Combustion air fans of conventional  ring plants constantly run
at full speed – even in the low-load range. This generates noise
and also consumes electrical power unnecessarily.
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0-0750-0029-02-WEB.pdf
Steam-assisted pressure jet DDZG
English, 0.37 MB
DDZG Series: A flexible concept in burners for the lowest
possible NOx emissions and low operating costs
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SAA_PI_Conox-UCC_0119-02_PA11_170215.pdf
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Utilizing-tank-ventilation-gases.pdf
Utilizing-tank-ventilation-gases
English, 0.6 MB
A significant volume of displacement air is generated when tanks
are filled. These gases, so-called vents, are in most cases harmful,
have a strong odor and are often combustible or explosive.
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