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International technology Group ANDRITZ has received an order from Zellstoff PE[micro]ls AG, a member of Heinzel Group, for complete refurbishment of the LK2 black liquor recovery boiler plant in Pols, Austria.
The purpose of this book is to provide engineers with technical data on real materials and issues related to the problem of corrosion in waste-to-energy boilers and incinerators, coal-fired boilers, oil- fired boilers and furnaces, and black liquor recovery boilers.
The most recent project will control emissions from a black liquor recovery boiler and will be installed in the spring of 2006.
The product automates air port cleaning in black liquor recovery boilers to increase steam production and reduce emissions.
A two million pound per day black liquor recovery boiler will compliment the current one million pound per day unit.
NASDAQ: FTEK), a world leader in air pollution control technology and advanced engineering solutions for energy systems, today announced that it has successfully completed a demonstration of its proprietary Targeted-In-Furnace-Injection technology on a large, Black Liquor Recovery Boiler (BLRB) at a major domestic paper company.
Sandvik Steel recently received several large orders for so-called composite tubes for black liquor recovery boilers in pulp and paper plants amounting to a total value of about SEK 40 M.
B&W, in a consortium with Austrian Energy & Environment, Graz, Austria, will supply the complete 1,900 ton per day black liquor recovery boiler island including foundation, evaporators, scrubbers and precipitators as well as the balance of plant.