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May 1, 2007

Minimizing Flame Impingements In Fired Heaters

Flame behavior is the 'pulse' of direct-fired heaters and greatly influences their operation. Here's what to look for and what to do about it

Kandasamy Vinayagam, Heaters Revamping & Troubleshooting, Inc.

    Fired heaters are used considerably in the chemical process industries (CPI), for heating crude oil in the petroleum refining and petrochemical sectors. Unfortunately, fired heaters are often taken for granted and neglected more than other...

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