The coke making process involves carbonization of coal to high temperatures (1100°C) in an oxygen deficient atmosphere in order to concentrate the carbon. Charged coal is heated in oven and volatile matter is released from coal. This burning of volatile matter provides the heat required for the coke making process.
Heat generated due to combustion is partially utilized in making Coke and balance heat goes with waste flue gas and recovered in WHRB generating steam at pressure which drive turbogenerator to generates power.
There are two processes of making commercial coke in steel industry
– By-product Coke making
– Non-Recovery / Heat Recovery Coke making
TSPL provides efficient WHB at exhaust of COB for both coke making process for Steel plants & independent Coke Making plants.
TSPL provides Waste Heat Boilers which are best suited for In-line and Offset configuration to Coke Oven Batteries.