My company is planning to construct a batch furnace that can endure the following two severe conditions: (50 barg, 500 degrees C) and (1 barg, 1200 degrees C). Processing rate is around 10-30 tons of hydrocarbon per batch (may use multiple furnaces). Do you have any recommended vendors? What kind of burners and chambers shall I use? What are the critical design parameters for such a furnace? Are there any references that you recommend me to take a look at?
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Rakesh Gupta Forum Moderator 29 Posts
Re: Are there any resources for designing batch furnaces?13 March 2009 at 1:29pmFor vendor lists for these type furnaces, look at industrial supplier Buyer’s Guides such as Thomas Register.
For design details and design parameters, reference the book “Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers,” (McGraw-Hill Professional; 11 edition, November 2006) .