Jet Cooling Unit for Pipe and Tube
LOI Thermprocess, with its predecessors Matthias Ludwig and Nassheuer, has been building continuous quenching systems for roller hearth furnace plants both with liquids and gas. The jet cooling unit is designed for cooling with protective, reactive or inert gas and is optimally matched to the customer's requirements and the plants. For more than 60 years, a large number of roller hearth furnace plants for stainless steel, carbon steel or non-ferrous metal worldwide have been equipped with continuous slow or fast jet cooling units.
After exiting the furnace the tubes arrive promptly in the area of the jet cooler unit, which comprises gas-tight housings with devices for directed gas flow.
The jet cooler’s ventilating fan remove the protective gas (which is precooled by a heat exchangers) from the jet cooling unit.
The RPM of the ventilating fan can be independently set to any speed desired via a frequency converters so as to allow for achievement of the target cooling gradient.
The first set of rollers inside jet cooling units is made of heat resistant steel to bear the heat of the still red hot material.
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