Düsen-Schlick GmbH - Energy Efficiency
Finaly Atomised - Efficient cooling of process gases
As an important part of the cooling process, atomising lances are necessary for the defined positioning of the cooling water. A greater reduction in the gas volume reduces the required energy costs. The necessary drop size distribution and the related nozzle technology prevent unwanted condensation of cooling water. The liquid is converted into drops, in order to increase the surface area and therefore facilitate complete evaporation with the exhaust gas. Naturally formed sprays inherently strive for a minimal surface area and therefore the synthesised spray is unstable. Either a spray evaporates or lots of tiny drops merge into fewer big drops, causing the surface area to decrease. The nozzle system must fulfil a multitude of conditions for a complete evaporative process of the atomised liquid. The choice of material is adjusted according to the chemical stability and the prevailing temperatures. In this case heat-resistant stainless steel is used; if the lifespan of the nozzle lances is reduced due to chemical corrosion, other materials will be used.
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