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Introduction. WNS series horizontal internal combustion boiler is classic 3-pass wetback oil/gas fired boiler. After fuel is atomized by burner, flame is full of the wave furnace and transfer heat via furnace wall, called 1st pass; the high temperature flue gasses are collected in reversal chamber and then enter 2nd pass, which is grooved tube bundle area through heat convection, air
This paper describes the testing of a bulk barn for curing Virginia tobacco in northern Thailand. The bulk barn was heated by a lignite-fired hot-water boiler, of 350 kW nominal capacity. This boiler also supplied heat to two older bulk barns nearby, which had been retrofitted with water-to-air heat exchangers. The test barn has a capacity of
The use of hot water for curing is highly recommended when firing biomass since the combustion of the biomass is away from barn’s air intakes and the supply of hot water can be precisely controlled for the smoothest possible curing. Hot water tobacco curing barns operation depends on the proper and careful design of a central hot water
Aug 23, 2017· The barn is not on fire. The smoke you see is a byproduct of the tobacco curing process. For over a century, tobacco farmers in our area have been growing, harvesting and curing tobacco.
As this hot air is packed into the upper section of the barn and begins to flow into the tobacco, it absorbs water by evaporation. Evaporation is a cooling process, which causes the air to become heavier. This cooler, moisture-laden heavier air naturally sinks downward through the tobacco where it exits through vents in the barn foundation.
The system consists of a boiler, pressure-tested steel pipes, hot water pumps, thermostats and heat exchangers. There is no steam or pressure — only heated water is used.” McKinnon's boiler system was designed to cure 16 barns and it cost about $200,000 to become fully operational, but he has been well pleased with the outcome.
Curing of Flue-Cured Tobacco Propane is the most common curing fuel Natural gas usage is increasing where available Fuel oil use is relatively minor Grower have become more aware of curing efficiency and have taken steps to reduce fuel consumption o Curing with …
AEN-80 - High-Tensile Wire or Cable Tobacco Field Curing Structure. ~450 sticks/96', 2' wide AEN-85 - Post-Tier Rail & Typar® or Metal Covered Tobacco Field Curing Structures. ~450 s/96' AEN-86 - Moveable Tobacco Curing Frames. plastic covered, 50-60 sticks/frame, 2 wide
Before We Start Before starting here's a small note of discretion: Typically tobacco growing … Nov 14, 2015· Connect hot- and cold-water lines to the combination boiler to deliver water to the heating system and the domestic water fixtures. 7. Connect the gas line and new electrical cable to the
Mar 20, 2017 - tobacco barn gas burners date: 2.03.2012 author: chrismuca tobacco barn gas burners Tobacco Curing . Approximately 50 percent of tobacco. since the early 1970s are equipped with propane gas burners.. with the resulting heat being conducted into the barn. Choose Propane Consumer Education - Farm - Crops - Tobacco Curing…
Mar 19, 2019· Curing tobacco is pretty much just letting it dry until it turns goldish. If you feel that yours is too green(and limp) still, try putting some in an oven at a low heat (100c or less) for half an hour or more to dry it to a better colour.