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DHL Coal-Fired Steam Boiler

DHL Coal-Fired Steam Boiler

The corner tube boiler uses a piping system as the skeleton of the entire boiler, and it bears the full load of the boiler, which makes a non-framework boiler.

DHL Coal-Fired Hot Water Boiler

DHL Coal-Fired Hot Water Boiler

The corner tube boiler uses a piping system as the skeleton of the entire boiler, and it bears the full load of the boiler, which makes a non-framework boiler. At the same time, this skeleton also serves as the down tube of the boiler and upper and lower headers.

DHX CFB Hot Water Boilers

DHX CFB Hot Water Boilers

As a new mature high-efficiency and low-pollution clean coal technology, circulating fluidized bed combustion (CFBC) technology has many advantages that other combustion methods do not have.

SHL Double Drums Bulk Chain Grate Steam Boiler

SHL Double Drums Bulk Chain Grate Steam Boiler

Series of SHL boiler is bulk industrial boiler with dual boiler cylinders and transverse arranged. The boiler’s hearth consists of front, rear, left and right water wall, the body consists of an upper, a lower drum and convection pipes.

DZL Coal-Fired Steam Boiler

DZL Coal-Fired Steam Boiler

The boiler body is vertical single drum, and the threaded pyrotechnic tube is arranged in the drum to form a convection heating surface, and the drum and the water walls on both sides constitute a radiation heating surface of the furnace.

DZL Coal-Fired Hot Water Boiler

DZL Coal-Fired Hot Water Boiler

DZL series package boiler is a horizontal three-pass water and fire pipe chain grate boiler, which uses medium-sized bituminous coal.

SZL Coal-Fired Steam Boiler

SZL Coal-Fired Steam Boiler

SZL series vertical dual drums chain grate water pipe steam and hot water boiler, adopts quick fitting and assembly structure. The 4-6t/h boiler is of quick fitting pipe structure, exit shop after completely assembled, the boiler of 6-35t/h is composed of 2 main components.

SZL Coal-Fired Hot Water Boiler

SZL Coal-Fired Hot Water Boiler

SZL series vertical dual drums chain grate water pipe steam and hot water boiler, adopts quick fitting and assembly structure. The 4-6t/h boiler is of quick fitting pipe structure, exit shop after completely assembled, the boiler of 6-35t/h is composed of 2 main components.

SHX series CFB steam boiler

SHX series CFB steam boiler

CFB is a low-temperature combustion, so the helium oxide is far lower than the pulverized coal furnace, only 200ppm approximately. At the same time, it is feasible to actualize direct desulfurizing during combustion, and it has high desulfurization efficiency.

SHX series CFB hot water boiler

SHX series CFB hot water boiler

CFBC technology, as a new type and matured high efficient, low-pollution and clean coal technology, it has many advantages that other combustion methods do not have.

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Best Available Techniques (BAT) Reference - CIRCABC - europa.eu

EU Best Available Techniques reference documents (BREFs Member States are required to take these documents into account when determining best available techniques generally or in specific cases under the Directive. The BREFs are a series of reference documents covering, as far as is practicable, the industrial activities listed in Annex 1 to the EU’s IPPC Directive.Best Available Techniques Reference Document - CIRCABCThis Reference Document on best available techniques in the Iron and Steel Industry reflects an information exchange carried out according to Article 16(2) of Council Directive 96/61/EC. The document has to be seen in the light of the preface, which describes the objectives of the document and its use. Scope

Reference Documents - The European IPPC BureauBREF or ‘BAT reference document’ means a document, resulting from the exchange of information organised pursuant to Article 13 of Directive 2010/75/EU, drawn up for defined activities and describing, in particular, applied techniques, present emissions and consumption levels, techniques considered for the determination of best available techniques as well as BAT conclusions and any

Best Available Techniques (BAT) Reference Document for the Best Available Techniques (BAT) Reference Document for the Production of Cement, Lime and Magnesium Oxide Draft adapted to the provisions of the IED for the opinion of the IED Article 13 forum Brussels, 13 September 2012 Ioanna KourtiBest Available Techniques (BAT) Reference - ec.europa.eu10.2760/35297 (online),10.2760/201200 (print) - This document, Best Available Techniques Reference Document for the Management of Waste from Extractive Industries, in accordance with Directive 2006/21/EC, abbreviated as MWEI BREF, is a review of the Reference Document for Management of Tailings and Waste-Rock in Mining Activities (MTWR BREF).Answer to Question No P-002535/17 - europarl.europa.euTo date, the Commission has finalised eleven Reference Documents on Best Available Techniques (BREFs) under Directive 2010/75/EU on industrial emissions (IED) (1) and adopted as many implementing decisions establishing the Best Available Techniques (BAT) conclusions, further to a positive vote by the article 75 Committee. BAT conclusions are based on a unique, transparent, evidence based Commission Implementing Decision of 9 - eur-lex.europa.euand developments therein and best available techniques and emerging techniques identified after considering the issues mentioned in points (a) and (b) of Article 13(2) of that Directive. (3) ‘BAT conclusions’ as defined in Article 3(12) of Directive 2010/75/EU are the key element of BAT reference documents and lay down the conclusions on best

Best available techniques (BAT) reference document for Publication metadata. The BREF entitled ‘Iron and Steel Production’ forms part of a series presenting the results of an exchange of information between EU Member States, the industries concerned, nongovernmental organisations promoting environmental protection and the Commission, to draw up, review, and where necessary, update BAT reference documents as required by Article 13(1) of the EN - register.consilium.europa.eubest available techniques (BAT). Annex III ofthe Directive, the indicative list of the main polluting substances to be taken into account for fixing emission limit values, includes substances which contribute to eutrophication, in particular nitrates and phosphates. 3 Directive 91/271/EEC, OJ L135, 30.5.1991, p. 40