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The annealing furnace is mainly composed of four parts

The annealing furnace is mainly composed of four parts, namely the transmission part, the sealing device, the combustion system and the smoke exhausting device. The following is a detailed introduction of the four main structures.

1. Transmission part: The trolley drive adopts electric motor and reducer to drive the front end of a set of drive wheels through the chain. The door drive is a combination of a worm gear reducer and an electric motor.

2. Sealing device: The trolley and the furnace body are sealed with a labyrinth structure, and there is an automatic sand sealing knife sealing device on the side of the trolley. The furnace door seal adopts the raceway compression and spring compression automatic mechanism to seal the furnace body part and adopts high-quality refractory brick structure to ensure the furnace seal. High-aluminum bricks are used in the pressure-resistant part of the trolley, and insulated bricks are added in the lower part.

3. Combustion system: Several burners are installed on both sides of the oil furnace, and the heat flow reciprocates in the furnace to ensure the uniformity of the furnace temperature. Automatic and semi-automatic models can be selected as needed.

4. Smoke exhausting device: a smoke exhausting preheating device is installed at the upper end of the furnace. When the flue gas in the annealing furnace passes through the preheater, the fan sends cold air to preheat, and then the pipeline is sent to the burner for combustion. A manual disc valve is installed at the outlet, which adjusts the pressure in the furnace. Widely used in chemical, petroleum, food, metallurgy, machinery, light industry, electric power, shipbuilding, paper, mining, medicine, central heating and other industrial sectors of heating, cooling, condensation, evaporation and other processes.