The low pressure sonic pulse cleans up to 12 mt bags’ lenght
The European Green Deal provides a roadmap with actions to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. To do this the decarbonisation and modernisation of energy-intensive industries such as cement is essential.
The conventional concept economy of “use and waste” is no longer sustainable. Circular power generation refers to a close loop between waste and production of goods and energy consumed with minimum impact on the environment.
We all know that cement manufacturing is an extremely energy-intensive process and for exactly this reason final users are always keen to increase efficiency of their production plants
How can the industrials ensure that the existing air pollution control (APC) system still performs within the threshold inlet parameters and this does not lead to premature wear of its internal components and uncontrolled energy consumption?
Industry 4.0 means the fourth technological revolution in the industrial field. The impacts on the manufacturing world are evident, but what happens when we apply the concept of industry 4.0 to “machines” such as bag filters?
After the first successful WHR project in Turkey, CTP Team brings energy saving to Sonmez Cement plant
CTP Remote Survey technology is an innovative project to monitor remotely the operation of your emission control system.
Thanks to our analysis laboratory, CTP provides detailed inspections and tests on used bags to identify the causes of early-deterioration of the filter media.
CTP Team supplies genuine range of replacement spare parts with fast delivery all over the world thanks to our advanced supply chain and logistic department.
Filter bags are the core of the equipment filtration performances and the replacement of a full set of bags hides several aspects to be considered in order to ensure material lasting for several years and emissions compliance.
We offers a range of cost-effective solutions to modernize the existing air pollution control systems.
Our history begins in 1970 with the CTP foundation by Eng. Padovani Vincenzo in 1970.
CTP Team as main contractor of EPC project partner with the OEM of critical equipment in order to guarantee to customers the proper execution and performance of each systems in the whole process.
Thermodynamic features and consequences
High enthalpy drop
High pressures and temperatures
Risk of blade erosion
The design and size of the Boiler for Waste Heat Recovery are the results of a balance among many interconnected factors, such as…
Boiler is the key component of Waste Heat Recovery systems.
Kiln exhaust streams from clinker cooler and the kiln preheater system contain useful thermal energy that can be converted into power.
The ORC systems are typically designed with two heat transfer stages and use a high molecular mass organic working fluid such as butane or pentane.
In the flow diagram, water is pumped to elevated pressure before entering a waste heat recovery boiler.
The series of smart control panels developed by CTP allows to optimise the Fabric filter operation, starting from the smaller to the bigger one.
The cleaning efficiency and the fluid dynamics drive the overall dimensions of the filter and are influenced by the cleaning frequency and pressure drop.
We are able to design and install equipment in brown field with minimum impact on existing production facilities.
The “cleaning efficiency” is a key parameter strictly connected to the level of emissions requested by our client.
Towards Fluid dynamics analyse , our experts parameter the quantity of dust reaching the bags (dust pre-settling), improve the dust distribution on the filtering surface and enhance shape and position of mechanical elements inside the filter to contribute to the filter pressure drop.
Turkey’s first energy generation plant which will generate energy from Waste Heat using the technology of ‘Organic Rankine Cycle’ project will be carried out by CTP Team Italy.