The operating efficiency of heating units using ceramic fibers and objects based upon them is demonstrated: furnace warm-up time and cooling is saved by a factor of five, there is an overall reduction in fuel consumption with the use of light-weight objects in continuously operating furnaces by 10 – 15%, and in periodically operating furnaces by 45%, and there is a reduction in capital expenditure in furnace construction by a factor of 5 – 10 (according to USA data). In addition, use of thermal insulation materials not only saves energy resources, but in many cases it speeds up production processes, improves ecology, and simplifies lining construction.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 10, 2010
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