Before building ceramsite production line, we should first understand the local environmental protection requirements for kiln emissions, focusing on the emission standards for dust content, nitrogen oxides, sulfides, and odors. Then, according to local environmental protection standards, exhaust gas treatment system that meets local requirements is designed.
When designing an exhaust gas treatment system, it is necessary to consider the fuel problem, because the components of the exhaust gas are completely different from the burnt rice bran, coal, and natural gas. These must be fully analyzed and understood before construction, and the influence of raw materials, fuels and working conditions on the composition of the flue gas must be fully considered.
When designing rotary kiln, it is necessary to consider the combination of kiln tail temperature and flue gas treatment methods, because there are many gases, which are closely related to temperature, such as dioxins, nitrogen removal, dust removal, and desulfurization.
Granulation drums work by tumbling material in a rotating drum, typically in the presence of a binder. The binder causes the fines to become tacky and allows them to pick up additional fines, forming agglomerates in a process referred to as coalescence. The tumbling action helps to round the agglomerates and create a homogenous mixture.