PDF Archive

Easily share your PDF documents with your contacts, on the Web and Social Networks.

Share a file Manage my documents Convert Recover PDF Search Help Contact



Industrial Chimney Lining 2015 .pdf



Original filename: Industrial Chimney Lining 2015.pdf
Title:
Author: zwt

This PDF 1.7 document has been generated by Kingsoft Office / , and has been sent on pdf-archive.com on 19/05/2015 at 09:06, from IP address 66.155.x.x. The current document download page has been viewed 416 times.
File size: 396 KB (4 pages).
Privacy: public file




Download original PDF file









Document preview


Industrial Chimney Lining

When used in industrial settings, chimneys, smokestacks
and tanks will typically come into contact with a lot of
corrosive gases and emissions. Over prolonged use, it's
very possible that these gases will cause the materials
inside the chimney to degrade and therefore prevent it from
functioning optimally. A chimney that doesn't function
properly is not only going to cost your business money but
it can also put your employees at risk, particularly when
there are harmful chemicals being processed.

In order to prevent this from happening, many companies
will install a lining that is able to come into contact with
corrosive gases without degrading. A good liner can add
years to your structure and will be able to cope with high
temperatures and corrosive elements very easily. There are
many types of lining systems available on the market and
each come with their own benefits.

Industrial chimney lining systems
Below are some of the most common lining systems
available  Gunite Refractory – Gunite
Refractory systems are very
popular as they come with
some
key
benefits,
including reduced energy
costs, low maintenance and
low emissions. Facility
owners are very fond of
Gunite Refractory liners since they meet the strict EPA
regulations, which makes them excellent for the
environment too. Gunite Refractory can be installed very
easily in a number of settings, which makes it a very
versatile solution.

 Borosilicate Block – The big advantage of Borosilicate
Block is that it's
extremely long-lasting,
much more so that any
other type of lining. In
fact,
with
proper
maintenance it can
potentially last for
decades. The way it
works is that Borosilicate glass block tiles are attached
to the inside of the chimney (or whatever structure is
present) using durable adhesive. Because of how it's
constructed, Borosilicate Block is extremely versatile
and can be used in almost any environment.
 Refractory Brick – Refractory
Brick liners are very common
in kilns due to their extremely
high melting point and the fact
that they're water resistant.
Although
they're
very
hard-wearing, it is necessary to
perform regular maintenance
and monitoring of Refractory
Brick systems since they're
typically under a lot of stress.

 Vinyl Ester Resin – Vinyl
Ester Resin is a great liner for
environments where other
liners cannot be used. It's very
popular for air pollution
control, water treatment as
well as chemical and mineral
processing. Resin liners provide the best corrosion
resistance in a wide range of industrial structures, such
as tanks, scrubbers and pipes. They are also very durable
with high heat resistance, making them perfect in a
number of different environments. When you take into
account that they're also very low maintenance then it's
easy to see why Vinyl Ester Resin is as popular as it is.

Document Published By Landyvent UK Ltd.

For Flue System & Flue Linings Services
For a Quick quotation (UK) call us on 01527 857 814

www.landyvent.co.uk


Industrial Chimney Lining 2015.pdf - page 1/4
Industrial Chimney Lining 2015.pdf - page 2/4
Industrial Chimney Lining 2015.pdf - page 3/4
Industrial Chimney Lining 2015.pdf - page 4/4

Related documents


industrial chimney lining 2015
chimney relining
chimney lining installation 2014
lindemann stainless steel chimney liner article
get chimney repair services in washington dc
planning for chimney relining 2014


Related keywords