Cordierite Honeycomb Ceramics as Heat Exchange Media
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Ms. Allen Yang(Mr.)
D1, First Phase, ASEAN Corporate Headquarter, No. 1, High-Tech Zone Headquarters Road, Nanjing, Guangxi, China. 536000
The ceramic honeycomb as heat exchange media mainly applied on thermal equipment for energy saving within industry. Typically in heat recovery unit of RTO, instead of ceramic saddles With low heat expansion coefficient, large surface area, good heat stability and anticorrosion, it is the key and core componets of regenerative high temperature combustion(HTAC technology)
Honeycomb ceramic is mainly used in metallurgy, tower packing in chemical industry, construction, heat-regenerative and high temperature air purification, industrial waste gas treatment, NOX purified system in firepower plant, pufrified system for harmful gas rising from rubbish burning and poinsonous gas purification in chemical and mining industries, acting as filter and catalyst carrier used in foundry process.
Honeycomb ceramic regenerators enhance efficiency, save energy, increase output and improve quality, an important and effective measure when dealing with energy and the environment.
They are applied on the thermal equipment of energy saving within industry. The pores of the Honeycomb ceramic regenerators are square and hexagonal, and the channels of pores are straight and parallel to each other. This structure reduces the resistance of passing air and enhances the heat exchange efficiency of every channel.
Components and Specifications
Material: Cordierite, mullite, silica, corundum mullite and others according to our clients requirements; we produce the products to different specifications(dimension and channel shape).
Specifications: 100*100*100,100*150*150,150*150*150,50*150*300mm and others
Hole count: 25*25,40*40,3*43,50*50,60*60 and others.
Hole shapes: square, rectangle,rotundity, triangle,hexagon and others.
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|Chemical Composition||% by Weight|
|K2O + Na2O||2-4|
|Index||Metric Unit||Value||British Unit||Value|
|Material Density||g/cm 3||2.3~2.6||lb/ft 3||151|
|Average Linear Expansion(20-800)||10-6/k -1||< 2.5||
|Specific Heat Capacity||KJ/Kg||900~1200||
|Maximum Application Temp.||° C||1350||° F||2450|
|Acid resist. strength wt. loss||%||< 4||
|Water Absorption||%||< 5||
(m 2 /m 3 )
|Void section (%)||Packaging density
(kg/ m 3 )
|Weight per piece (kg)|
|150× 150× 300||25× 25||1.0||4.96||580||68||696||4.7|
|150× 150× 300||40× 40||0.7||3.03||891||65||814||5.5|
|150× 150× 300||50× 50||0.6||2.39||1090||63||903||6.1|
|150× 150× 300||60× 60||0.5||1.99||1303||63||932||6.3|
|Other shapes, specification and material are available.|