Soot Blower Spares
- Lance Tubes
- Feed Tubes
- SBV Head Assembly
What is a Soot blower ?
A soot blower is a system for removing the soot that is deposited on the furnace tubes of a boiler during combustion.
Types of Soot Blowers:
- Wall Blower.
- Long Retractable Soot Blower
- Air Heater Blower.
Steam blowing medium:
Steam is normally used as a medium for blowing away the soot since capital cost of steam pressure reducing equipment and drain is less than the cost of compressors, motors and control of air systems.
Soot deposited on the heating surfaces of a boiler acts as a heat insulator. The result is that less heat is transferred to the water to raise steam and more heat is wasted up the chimney. This leads to higher fuel consumption and/or poor steaming.
A soot fire can be damaging to a boiler because it can cause localized hotspots to occur in the tubes. These hotspots may reach temperatures that weaken the materials of the tubes. Soot blowers reduce the risk of soot fires and their resulting damage.
A sootblower may be operated manually or by a remotely controlled motor. The soot, which is removed from the heating surfaces, will be blown out with the flue gases. If the boiler is equipped with a dust collector, it will trap the soot. Otherwise, the soot will be ejected into the outside air through the chimney stack.
What do we do for Soot Blowers?
We, at NTNN, offer spares for Soot Blowers and Wall Deslaggers installed in various plants. We regularly manufacture Lance Tubes, Feed Pipes, Swivel Tube Assembly, SBV Head Assembly and other such fast moving parts of Soot Blowers.
We understand that plants have in service, many such Soot Blowers and Wall Deslaggers and are sure that there may be requiring various O&M spares for the same. We shall welcome entire requirement for Soot Blower spares or a budgetary quote request for spares for Soot Blowers and Wall Deslaggers.