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Steel

The combustion system experts at Hauck Manufacturing Company have been meeting the process heating requirements of the steel industry through quality products and world class customer service since 1888. Hauck provided the latest in combustion technology with burners and controls for both direct and indirect-fired applications for the steel industry. Enhancing these products is a complete line of air blowers, valves, and electronic process controls.

Hauck is in the forefront of multi-fuel combustion systems, with a long history of products that handle and burn fuels of all composition including waste oils and low calorific gases. Hauck has provided the steel industry with quality products, process technology, and world-class customer service. Specifically, for the steel industry, Hauck has developed the TriOx Ultra-low NOx burner and several other burner lines including radiant tube burners with recuperator technology. Additionally Hauck has partnered with its sister company LBE to provide the direct fired recuperative burner known as the EcoMax.

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Case Studies

Retrofit of SVG 125s for Low NOx Combustion
Redesign of gas/air mixing cup to reduce emissions

 
Reheat Furnace Upgrade Results in Production Increases
A 22% increase in the productivity of a billet reheat furnace was achieved primarily as a result of the installation of high velocity burners in the charging end of the furnace together with the replacement of the baffle wall with a row of small, high velocity burners.

 
Cost Effective Solutions from Direct-Fired Self-Recuperative Burners
High energy cost is a major concern for most heat treating operations. As a result, the industry is focused on reducing fuel con-sumption through energy efficient burner design and heat recovery technologies. Direct-fired industrial heating is the current trend to increase process efficiency with the use of a recuperator. Recuperators work by recovering the waste heat of furnace exhaust gas to preheat combustion air. By preheating the combustion air, more heat is available to be transmitted directly to the load. Heating the furnace load more efficiently can reduce the energy costs of the process and increase the productivity of the operation. For years the primary type of recuperator used in direct-fired industrial applications involved a stand-alone recupera-tor. More recently, the advent of direct-fired self-recuperative burner technology has offered a more cost effective solution for either retrofitting an existing furnace or for new furnace construction. With the increased use of recuperation, NOx emissions need to be taken into consideration. Production of thermal NOx can increase significantly as combustion air preheat increases, however, modern low NOx design versions of direct-fired self-recuperative burners can address these concerns.


 
A Success Story - Pusher Reheat Furnace Collaboration
Conflicting goals of minimum energy consumption and pollutant discharge challenge steelmakers to design energy efficient and environmentally compliant combustion systems. Armed with a solid understanding of the objectives, this team designed a solution that far exceeds the design requirements.

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State-of-the-Art Combustion System Controls and Burner Designs
Today's heat treating combustion industries face many challenging issues. State-of-the-art combustion system controls and burner designs can meet these challenges.

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Pulse-Firing Technology
Combustion System Retrofit at Superior Forge

Hauck Manufacturing Company has been providing pulse-fired combustion systems in North America for more than 20 years with many successful installations. The challenge at Superior Forge was to provide a combustion control system that could meet the unique temperature uniformity requirements for both the heating and cooling sides of the thermal cycle.

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