MMK Rebuilds Gas-Filtering Units

18 July 2017 (09:27)

UrBC, Magnitogorsk, July 18, 2017. Magnitogorsk Iron & Steel Works (MMK) got the gas-filtering facilities at its electric steel-smelting department rebuilt and upgraded, MMK PR Department reports.

The project cost 1.6bn RUR to implement, with the current filtering efficiency at nearly 100%.

Two obsolete gas-filtering Units 32 and 33 had to be replaced with their up-to-date counterparts. The new equipment is meant to trap, cool, and filter smoke gases resulting from DSPA 32 steel-smelting machine’s performance and random exhausts that don’t get trapped in the gas duct.

‘DSPA 32 filtering unit consists of three bisectional hose filters with an original new design (they all have twenty filtering sections and are placed horizontally), five DR 28 smoke exhausters (capacity: 530,000 m3 per hour, engine capacity: 1 MW each), a dust-removal system that ensures dust-free loading of dust into vehicles, a power substation, and a supply and exhaust ventilation system,’ the PR Department says.

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