Rotary soot blower are used to clean convection surfaces of - boiler tubes, economizers or tubular reheaters of field erected or packaged industrial boilers

  • Rotary soot blower are suited for environments with temperatures up to 800o C

  • Adjustable cleaning area to suit user requirements

  • Supplied with a mass blowing or lane blowing arrangement (refer following section)

  • Suitable selection of nozzle and lance material as per application requirements

  • Special design consideration for minimal bending of lance of tubes due to overheating

  • Superior compared to conventional methods of cleaning

  • Increases efficiency of the boiler / heater

  • Prevents breakdown due to deposits

  • Easy operation and maintenance

  • Manual and motorized (with provision for manual operation) soot blowers available

Mass Blowing

  • Blowing medium is directed over a wide area to cover more than one lane - "shotgun" effect

  • Blowing element has fewer nozzles of relatively larger diameter to effect widespread cleaning of three or more rows of tubes at a time

Lane Blowing

  • Blowing medium is directed down each tube lane - "rifle" effect

  • Generally used in convection section of the boiler or in the case where there is not enough cavity space for mass blowing

  • Elements use proportionally more nozzles of smaller diameter compared to the mass blowing arrangements.

Standard Horizontal or Vertical Installation


 

Specifications

Rotary Speed Manual

2 rpm (recom.)
Motorized - 1.6 rpm

Maximum Cleaning Radius

1800 mm

Maximum Lance Length

7500 mm

Weight

Manual - 130 kgs
Electrical - 220 kgs


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