KR100969828B1 - Rotary valve assembly for voc heat recycling burning system and heat recycling burning system with it - Google Patents

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KR100969828B1
KR100969828B1 KR1020100050901A KR20100050901A KR100969828B1 KR 100969828 B1 KR100969828 B1 KR 100969828B1 KR 1020100050901 A KR1020100050901 A KR 1020100050901A KR 20100050901 A KR20100050901 A KR 20100050901A KR 100969828 B1 KR100969828 B1 KR 100969828B1
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The present invention prevents environmental pollution in advance due to the rotation of the separate rotary valve for converting the wind direction of the regenerative combustion device, and the release of untreated harmful waste gas due to fine leakage due to deterioration of components and wear and tear caused by long-term use, Furthermore, in the event of a failure, the present invention provides a rotary valve assembly for converting a wind direction and a regenerative combustion system including the wind deflector, which can provide a restructuring function for preventing leakage in a simple manner. The upper rotary distribution plate of the rotor constituting the separate rotary valve installed in the wind direction conversion device configured to be attached to and detached from the device is composed of a hollow disk, and in particular, upward supply of purge gas is possible along the circumferential direction of the upper rotary distribution plate. In the circumferential direction of the upper rotating distributor Providing a purge gas ejection hole, providing a purge gas supply channel along an upper surface of the rotating branch chamber below the upper rotary distribution plate, and fixedly dispensing the upper rotary distribution plate of the rotor and a distribution chamber fixedly mounted thereon. The rotor to adjust the microgap, while providing a cooling function in which a purge gas is blown into the microgap to form an air curtain and absorb high heat while leaving a microgap within a set range to prevent frictional damage between the plates. Provides a separate rotary valve assembly for converting the wind is provided at the bottom of the fine gap adjustment device separately.

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Rotary Valve Assembly for Wind Direction Regeneration of Regenerative Combustor and Regenerative Combustion System with It {Rotary Valve Assembly for VOC Heat Recycling Burning System and Heat Recycling Burning System with it}

The present invention relates to a separate rotary valve assembly for changing the wind direction of a regenerative combustion device, and more particularly, in rotation of a rotor constituting the separate rotary valve assembly installed as a wind direction conversion device configured to be mounted and detached to a regenerative combustion device. It leaks between the lower fixed distribution plate of the distribution chamber fixedly installed to face the upper portion and the upper rotary distribution plate of the rotor to prevent the mixing phenomenon between the unprocessed supply gas and the processed exhaust gas, and also the upper portion of the rotor A rotary valve assembly is provided in which a purge means and a gap adjusting means are provided to minimize frictional damage between a rotating distribution plate and a lower fixed distribution plate of a distribution chamber and thermal deformation due to high temperature.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a volatile organic compound regenerative combustion system for oxidizing volatile organic compounds generated in various manufacturing industries such as automobile manufacturing, laundry facilities, organic solvents and paints, and steel structure manufacturing. A technique applied to a method of treating volatile organic compound (VOC) gas.

First, a brief description of Volatile Organic Compound (V.O.C.) gas; VOC is a hydrocarbon compound having a vapor pressure of 0.02 psi or higher or a boiling point of less than 100 ° C among organic compounds, and is defined as a precursor that forms ozone and photochemical oxides by photochemical reactions with nitrogen compounds in air management. In addition to harmful substances such as respiratory disorders and carcinogens, the VOC is a source of harmful air and odors.It is also responsible for the formation of smog through photochemical reactions and odors. There is a problem that causes.

As a method of removing the VOC, various methods such as a combustion oxidation technique and a biological treatment technique can be used. Looking at the commonly used combustion oxidation technique, combustion at a high temperature (about 800 ° C.) or a low temperature using a catalyst The method of burning at about 350 degreeC) is employable.

In other words, inhalation of harmful gases generated in a plant using volatile organic compounds (VOC or less, called noxious gases) is performed at a high level of 760 ° C to 850 ° C (200 ° C to 400 ° C in the case of a catalytic combustion device) in the combustion chamber. At the combustion temperature, it is burned (incinerated) and purified. At this time, the gas being burned (incinerated) has a high temperature of heat, so the heat storage material is filled with a ceramic material as a heat exchanger or a high-tech material by recovering the waste heat. There is a method of recovering using the heat storage material, in particular, the heat recovered using the heat storage material is used by preheating the heat storage material layer through which the ointment gas has passed, using a device through which the volatile organic compound (VOC) gas which is subsequently processed is passed. Energy efficiency and processing efficiency can be increased.

In such a regenerative combustion device, approximately half of the heat storage layer absorbs high-temperature heat from the waste gas after the combustion treatment, so as to prevent unnecessary waste of energy and complete combustion of harmful gases, thereby improving efficiency of the combustion device. Half of the heat accumulating layer performs a preheating heat dissipation function of the noxious gas before combustion treatment, while the heat accumulating layer and the heat dissipating layer are periodically replaced so that each heat storage layer alternates its role periodically and repeatedly. There is a need for a device to convert the wind direction of the device. There are two types of devices, bed type and cylindrical type.

Here, the Bed type has two or three air supply valve discharge valves attached to one bed, so that the number of valves is large and the conversion (open and close) operation is performed every 1 to 2 minutes. There is a problem that there may be a problem in the process because there is a problem and a pressure fluctuation occurs at the moment of conversion, and a plurality of (6-12) arc-shaped cell parts containing heat storage material are formed into a cylinder that constitutes one cylinder as a whole. And a cylindrical type having a structure in which a rotatable wind direction switching valve which changes the wind direction of noxious gas and treated gas so as to periodically replace the arc-shaped cell containing the heat storage material with the heat storage layer and the heat dissipation layer is more common. There is a trend to be used.

According to the prior art disclosed in Republic of Korea Utility Model Registration No. 20-0339936 (announced on January 28, 2004) illustrating such a cylindrical structure, the cylindrical housing of the regenerative combustion device (2) as shown in the accompanying drawings 1 to 3 (4) The inlet duct 6 is provided at one side of the lower side to allow harmful gas to flow into the inlet chamber from the plant handling the volatile organic compound, and the introduced harmful gas is provided in the internal air storage type combustion apparatus 2, When supplied to each chamber C from the gas distribution chamber located on the inlet 14 formed in the rotor 12 of the wind direction converter 10, the combustion chamber passes through the separator 16, the catalyst layer 18, and the heat storage layer 20. It is sent to (22), the burner 24 is burned volatile organic compounds.

On the other hand, the clean air after the combustion of the noxious gas in the combustion chamber 22 is heated to the chambers located on the outlet 26 side of the rotor 12 through the heat storage layer 20, the catalyst layer 18, the separator 16 After passing through the hollow shaft 27 equipped with the outlet 26 or the rotor 12 is discharged to the atmosphere through the discharge duct 28 of the housing (4).

In addition, the rotor 12 of the air volume, the wind direction conversion device 10 is rotated at a low speed of about 4 RPM by a gear motor or step motor 30, the division is punched in accordance with the lower chamber of the housing (4) It is hermetically installed and rotated below the plate 15 (also referred to as 'stator').

The rotor 12 is provided with a hollow shaft 27 via a part of the outlet 26 on the central axis, and rotates by receiving the power of the gear motor or step motor 30 at the lower end of the hollow shaft 27. Connected by belt or chain.

Accordingly, the inlet 14 region of the rotor 12 is constantly changing, and the chambers C located in the inlet 14 region are also naturally changed.

As described above, the harmful gas introduced through the inlet duct 6 is burned to clean air, and the heat accumulating layer is preheated and then discharged through the discharge duct 28, and the newly introduced harmful gas is already preheated. The preheating process is repeated while passing through the bed, and the heat storage layer and the heat dissipation layer are periodically replaced by the rotation of the rotor 12 to convert the wind direction of the gas to be treated, thereby preheating the harmful gas introduced. The action is naturally made to reduce the combustion time of harmful gases, and has a structure that unnecessary waste of heat energy is eliminated.

However, according to the above-described prior art, airtightness must always be maintained between the divided plate 15 (also referred to as a 'stator') of the housing 4 to be a stationary body and the upper surface of the rotor 12 to be a rotating body. In addition, the position of the airtight portion is close to the housing and tends to be exposed to high temperature, so that there is a high possibility of poor airtightness due to deterioration of the sealing means, and as shown in FIG. 3, the rotary valve assembly 10 is hollow. A support shaft for supporting the hollow shaft 27 for airtightness between the upper surface of the rotor 12 installed on the shaft 27 and the stator 15 assembled with the rotor 12 (also referred to as a "split plate"). 108 is provided at the bottom to provide a support rubber 110 seated on the frame 107 to cushion by the pressure filled, but the load of the entire rotary valve assembly 10 is not uniform in the circumferential direction Since the load on the support rubber 110 may vary depending on the rotational state of the rotor 12, airtightness is not properly exhibited, and frictional resistance between the fixed body and the rotating body part during the rotation of the rotor 12 is caused. And the resulting wear phenomenon, which causes untreated gas to be released into the atmosphere, causing environmental problems, and in the cylindrical rotary wind direction device, the untreated gas flows in the wind direction and the treated part. The parts where the gases are discharged are interchanged with each other, and there is a disadvantage that some of the untreated gas of the inflow part can be exhausted to the atmosphere immediately after the change of the wind direction.

As a technology for improving the structure of a rotary wind direction switching valve used in such a cylindrical structure, a technology disclosed in Korean Patent Registration No. 10-0470040 (2005. 02. 07. Announcement) has been developed. There is provided a combustion apparatus in which a heat storage layer and a catalyst layer are formed in a fan shape so that a fan-shaped heat storage material and a catalyst material are stacked and mounted, and vertically separated and assembled at the lower end thereof in order to miniaturize the equipment, improve exhaust gas treatment efficiency, and improve repairability It has a structure that is equipped with a vertical or horizontal wind direction conversion device, the wind direction conversion device used here is installed on the lower side of the heat storage layer of the regenerative combustion device, 1/2 is the harmful gas supply is 1/2 clean A plurality of separation passages arranged in a circle to discharge air; A separation chamber connected to the other side of each of the separation flow passages, the separation chamber including a barrier wall separating the outer wall and the separation chamber barrel at equal intervals and separation holes formed in the separation chamber barrel of the inner circumferential surface; Consists of a two-stage cylindrical structure that rotates inside the separation chamber, the separation partition is divided into the air supply and exhaust for the inside, one end is formed in the circumferential opening, the dead zone on the air supply boundary, The purge zone is symmetrically formed on the side of the exhaust boundary, and the other end of the air supply side is opened at the periphery of the cylindrical structure based on the divided partition, and the air supply port is formed, and the other exhaust side 1/2 is the cylindrical structure. A power shaft configured to include a valve exhaust case in which a disc side is opened and an exhaust port is formed, and to provide rotational force at a constant speed by a power unit connected to one side through the axial direction so as to provide rotational force to the configuration; A rotary valve surrounding the power shaft and including a non-power shaft having a purge air supply port at one end and a purge air discharge port at the other end of the purge zone; The rotary valve is surrounded by a chamber part including an air supply chamber in which an air supply duct is formed, an exhaust chamber in which an exhaust duct is formed, and a purge chamber in which a purge air supply duct is formed.

In addition, it is formed by distributing equally spaced partitions at equal intervals to a portion in which the periphery of one end of the rotary valve is opened, and on one side or the left circumferential surface of the valve exhaust case both sides or the left and right sides of the rotary valve Leak prevention FCDPR SEAL was formed to seal the chamber, dead zone block was formed in the dead zone, sealing was provided with CR SEAL, and purge zone blocks were formed on both sides of the purge air discharge port formed at the center of the purge zone. It has a CR SEAL and is configured to seal.

However, the rotary valve having the configuration as described above is referred to FCDPR SEAL (patent reference '215' in FIG. 3 of Publication No. 10-0470040) formed to prevent leakage of harmful gases and to prevent mixing between supply and exhaust gases. ) And CR SEAL (see reference numeral '252' in FIG. 4 'of Patent Registration No. 10-0470040), there is a structural problem in that fine leakage may be achieved.

That is, in the FCDPR SEAL sealing in contact with the separation chamber barrel and the exhaust chamber barrel, when the circular processed FCDPR SEAL is mounted without forming a circle, there is a gap with the barrel, and when the rotary valve rotates, it is finely divided up and down based on the FCDPR SEAL. There is a problem that the air supply and the exhaust gas can be mixed, and also in the CR SEAL installed in contact with the separation chamber barrel in the vertical direction, a gap is formed in the upper and lower surfaces of the CR SEAL during rotation, and the air is minutely supplied to the neighboring spaces horizontally. And there is a structural problem that the exhaust gas can be mixed, and also the air supply gas communicating with the separation chamber through the equal interval partition that is formed in the circumferential portion of one side end of the rotary valve is distributed at equal intervals in the open circumference portion , The exhaust gas and the purge gas flow paths are formed in the transverse direction, so that the bottom to the top The vertical flow direction of the gas flow flowing from the furnace or the top to the bottom is unnecessarily changed, which causes a problem that the gas flow efficiency is lowered.

Technical problem of the present invention for solving the above problems, in the regenerative combustion device, the combustion device in which the heat accumulating material is laminated and the wind direction conversion device below it is improved in the overall coupling structure to be generated in the combustion device In order to prevent damage to the components of the wind deflector by the heat of high temperature, and also to improve the coupling structure of the wind deflector rotary valve assembly constituting the wind deflector, the fixed body (the lower part of the distribution chamber) Winding direction change while maintaining the airtightness even if the load of the entire rotary valve assembly is not uniform in the circumferential direction while minimizing the frictional resistance between the fixed distribution plate) and the rotating body (the upper rotary distribution plate of the rotor) and the wear phenomenon accordingly. Flow path of the supply gas, exhaust gas and purge gas By the straight progression direction is maintained while possible to prevent the gas flow efficiency is lowered, to provide a regenerative combustion apparatus to facilitate the structural adjustment for preventing leakage in the case of failure of the long-term use.

An object of the present invention for solving the above problems is the release of atmospheric air of untreated hazardous waste gas due to the rotation of the separate rotary valve for changing the wind direction of the regenerative combustion device, and the deterioration of components due to long-term use, fine leakage due to wear and tear It is to provide a wind direction change device that can prevent the environmental pollution caused by the environment in advance, and even provide a restructuring function to prevent leakage in a simple way in the event of a failure.

A dispensing chamber disposed above and fixed to the support frame in the wind direction converter configured to be mounted and detached from the regenerative combustion device, and an airtight under the lower fixed distribution plate (also referred to as a stator or split plate) of the distribution chamber. A rotary valve assembly comprising an upper rotary distribution plate, a rotary branch chamber, and a rotor having a hollow central axis, which is arranged to be rotatable and provided to provide separate supply channels of the supply gas, the exhaust gas, and the purge gas. as,

The upper rotary distribution plate of the rotor has a plate-shaped plate having two fan-shaped gas distribution holes (air supply gas inlet holes and exhaust gas outlet holes) and two bridges (purge zone bridges and dead zone bridges) separating them. It is provided as a member, the upper rotary distribution plate is provided with a purge gas blowing hole penetrating in the vertical direction through the entire circumferential portion to enable the upward supply of the purge gas along the entire circumferential direction, purge gas is provided in the purge gas An annular purge gas supply hollow channel is provided over the entire circumference along the bottom surface of the upper rotary distribution plate and the upper surface of the rotary branch chamber to be supplied, and is formed at an upper end portion of the central axis of the rotor disposed at the center thereof. An upper portion of the rotary branch chamber is connected so that a purge gas outlet hole and the annular purge gas supply hollow channel communicate with each other. There is provided a purge gas delivery channel located below the two bridges provided in the upper rotary distribution plate, and the friction damage between the upper rotary distribution plate of the rotor and the lower fixed distribution plate of the distribution chamber fixedly installed thereon. The purge gas ejected into the microscopic gaps through the purge gas ejection hole of the upper rotary distribution plate forms an air curtain while leaving a microscopic gap within a setting range so as to prevent the leakage and mixing of the supply and exhaust gases. The object of the present invention can be achieved by providing a separate rotary valve assembly for a wind direction converter of a regenerative combustion device, characterized in that it is configured to provide an absorbing cooling function.

Furthermore, it is more preferable that a means for adjusting the installation position and height and the inclination (flatness) of the lower fixed distribution plate of the distribution chamber is provided separately, and the upper rotation of the lower fixed distribution plate of the distribution chamber and the rotor is further provided. In order to adjust the fine gap between the distribution plate, it is preferable that a fine gap adjusting device that can mechanically adjust the installation height of the rotor beneath the rotor is separately provided.

In addition, a regenerative combustion system having a separate rotary valve assembly according to the present invention may be provided as a wind direction converter for a regenerative combustion device.

V.O.C. An incineration chamber at the top for incineration of harmful gases such as gas; A heat storage chamber having a structure in which a heat storage material for recycling the incineration heat is divided into a plurality of sectors (for example, 12 sectors) having a fan shape disposed in a circular shape and separated and stacked on the bottom of the incineration chamber; A regenerative combustion device having a branch flow path chamber disposed at a lower end thereof so as to communicate with each of the heat storage chambers of the heat storage chamber, and an air supply gas duct, an exhaust gas duct fixedly installed in a duct housing at a lower end of the process gas entrance area, and It includes a wind direction conversion device is installed between the gas duct portion including a purge gas duct, the wind direction conversion device

A circular dome-shaped chamber fixedly installed inside a support frame for supporting a regenerative combustion device at a lower portion thereof, wherein the circumferential direction communicates independently with each flow path formed at a lower portion of the branch passage chamber at the lower end of the regenerative combustion device at an upper end of the chamber housing. A plurality of fixed branch which is installed along the dome, a fixed branch plate having a plurality of fixed branch vanes in contact with the domed inner circumferential surface of the chamber housing, an annular distribution plate assembly flange having an outer end fixed to the lower connection end of the chamber housing, and A distribution chamber including a lower fixed distribution plate mounted on and fixed to an upper end of the distribution plate assembly flange;

It is arranged to be airtightly rotatable under the distribution chamber and has an upper rotary distribution plate, a rotary branch chamber, and a rotor central axis in the form of a hollow shaft, which are installed to provide separate supply channels of supply gas, exhaust gas, and purge gas. Provided as a separate rotary valve assembly comprising a rotor, and

The upper rotary distribution plate of the rotor has a plate-shaped plate having two fan-shaped gas distribution holes (air supply gas inlet holes and exhaust gas outlet holes) and two bridges (purge zone bridges and dead zone bridges) separating them. It is provided as a member, the upper rotary distribution plate is provided with a purge gas blowing hole penetrating in the vertical direction through the entire circumferential portion to enable the upward supply of the purge gas along the entire circumferential direction, purge gas is provided in the purge gas An annular purge gas supply hollow channel is provided over the entire circumference along the bottom surface of the upper rotary distribution plate and the upper surface of the rotary branch chamber to be supplied, and is formed at an upper end portion of the central axis of the rotor disposed at the center thereof. An upper portion of the rotary branch chamber is connected so that a purge gas outlet hole and the annular purge gas supply hollow channel communicate with each other. There is provided a purge gas delivery channel located below the two bridges provided in the upper rotary distribution plate, and the friction damage between the upper rotary distribution plate of the rotor and the lower fixed distribution plate of the distribution chamber fixedly installed thereon. The purge gas ejected into the microscopic gaps through the purge gas ejection hole of the upper rotary distribution plate forms an air curtain while leaving a microscopic gap within a setting range so as to prevent the leakage and mixing of the supply and exhaust gases. It is to provide a regenerative combustion system having a separate rotary valve assembly as a wind direction converter of the regenerative combustion device, characterized in that it is configured to provide a cooling function to absorb.

The present invention further provides a regenerative combustion system including a separate rotary valve assembly in which a fine gap adjusting device is separately provided at the bottom of the rotor to adjust the fine gap.

The present invention improves the overall coupling structure of the combustion device in which the heat accumulating material is laminated in the regenerative combustion system and the wind direction conversion device thereunder, thereby providing an effect of preventing damage to the wind direction conversion components due to the high temperature heat generated in the combustion device. In addition, by improving the coupling structure of the rotary valve assembly for the wind direction conversion device constituting the wind direction conversion device, the fixed body (lower fixed distribution plate of the distribution chamber) and the rotating body (upper rotation distribution plate of the rotor) that may occur during the rotation of the rotor. In addition to minimizing frictional resistance of the parts and consequent wear, the air supply gas and exhaust gas flowing inside the wind direction converter can be properly maintained even if the load of the entire rotary valve assembly is not uniform in the circumferential direction. The vertical direction of the flow path of the purge gas is maintained as much as possible. It is a useful invention that provides an excellent effect that can quickly prevent environmental pollution by improving the gas flow efficiency and further facilitating readjustment of the installation structure to prevent leakage by simple measures even in the event of a failure caused by various causes over the period of use. As such, the invention is expected to be greatly utilized in the industry.

1 to 3 is a configuration diagram of a regenerative combustion system and a wind direction converter according to the prior art.
4 and 5 are an overall configuration diagram and an exploded perspective view of the regenerative combustion system according to the present invention.
6 is a perspective view of a regenerative combustion apparatus and its internal structure in which a wind direction converter (rotary valve assembly of a distribution chamber and a rotor) according to the present invention is used.
7 is a schematic view of an external configuration of a wind direction converter (rotary valve assembly of a distribution chamber and a rotor) according to the present invention.
8 to 16 are views showing the detailed configuration of the wind direction conversion device (rotary valve assembly of the distribution chamber and the rotor) according to the present invention.
17 to 19 are cross-sectional structural views of AA, BB, and CC lines in FIG. 4, respectively.
20 and 21 are enlarged views of embodiments of the installation state of the fixed branch plate and the lower fixed distribution plate with fixed branch vanes of the distribution chamber shown in FIG.
22 to 24 is a view showing the overall operating state of the rotary valve assembly portion in the wind direction converter according to the present invention.
25 to 28 are views showing a detailed supply system of the purge gas using the rotary valve assembly in the wind direction converter according to the present invention.
29 to 31 is a view showing embodiments of the fine-tuning device for airtight between the lower fixed distribution plate provided in the distribution chamber and the upper rotary distribution plate provided in the rotor in the wind direction converter according to the present invention.

Hereinafter, exemplary embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings.

With reference to the basic structure diagram and detailed structural diagram of the present invention according to the preferred embodiment shown in Figs. 4 to 16 and the operational state diagram and other exemplary embodiments shown in Figs. The preferred embodiments according to the present invention will be described.

Looking at the entire regenerative combustion system using the wind direction conversion device for a regenerative combustion apparatus according to the present invention with reference to Figures 4 to 8, V.O.C. The heat storage material is divided into a plurality of sectors (for example, 12 sectors) in a fan shape by the incineration chamber 110 for incineration of harmful gases such as gas, and the partition wall 125 for recycling the incineration heat in the lower portion of the incineration chamber. And a branched flow path chamber 130 disposed at a lower end thereof so as to communicate with each of the heat storage chamber sectors separated by the partition wall 125 from the heat storage chamber 120. Between the regenerative combustion device 100 and the gas duct part 400 including the air supply gas duct 410 fixedly installed in the duct housing 400h, the exhaust gas duct 420, and the purge gas duct 430. In addition, a circular dome-shaped distribution chamber 200 and a rotor 300 forming the wind direction switching device according to the present invention are installed.

First, the detailed configuration of the regenerative combustion device 100 will be described with reference to FIGS. 6 and 17 to 19. In the branch passage chamber 130, a heat storage chamber sector of each of the heat storage chambers 120 may be formed. A fixed branch plate 135 having a plurality of fixed branch vanes (for example, 12 when the heat storage chamber is composed of 12 sectors) installed in a radial direction to communicate with each other in a divided compartment is installed, and the branch flow path chamber is provided. Under 130 a number of separate sector spaces between each of the fixed branch vanes of the fixed branch plate 135, a plurality of fixed branch flanges (e.g., 12 if the heat storage chamber is comprised of 12 sectors) 140 is provided.

Then, the rotary rotary valve assembly 200, 300 for the wind direction conversion device configured in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the present invention to be mounted and detached to the lower end of the regenerative combustion device 100, that is, the fixed branch flange 140. Is,

As shown in FIGS. 5 and 8, the branch flow path chamber 130 located at the upper end of the support frame 600 supporting the regenerative combustion apparatus 100 from the bottom and bottom of the regenerative combustion apparatus 100 (FIG. 6). A circular dome-shaped chamber housing provided with a plurality of fixed branch openings 211 installed in the circumferential direction so as to be connected to the fixed branch flange 140 at the lower end so as to communicate with each flow path. 210); And a dispensing chamber 200 having fixed dispensing device elements 220, 222, 230, 240 installed inside the chamber housing 210 as shown in FIGS. 8, 9, and 10, and

The upper rotary distribution plate 320 and the rotary branch chamber 330 are disposed to be hermetically rotatable in the lower portion of the distribution chamber 200 and installed to provide separate supply channels of the supply gas, the exhaust gas, and the purge gas. And a rotor 300 having a rotor central axis 310 in the form of a hollow shaft,

A plurality of separate sector spaces in the branch channel chamber 130 provided at the bottom of the regenerative combustion apparatus 100 above the support frame 600, and as shown in FIGS. 5 and 7 of the support frame 600. The air supply gas duct 410, the exhaust gas duct 420, and the purge gas duct 430, which are installed inside and fixedly installed in the duct housing 400h connected to the lower portion of the distribution chamber 200, are formed. Between the gas duct unit 400 to form a gas distribution channel that changes in time according to the rotation of the rotor 300. That is, the harmful gas supplied from the air supply gas duct 410 passes through the rotating rotor 300 and is connected to change in time among the plurality of fixed branch openings 211 provided in the distribution chamber 200 thereon. The gas flow channel is formed by forming a part of the fixed branch 211 and the gas distribution channel, and the air is diverted to the outside through the exhaust gas duct 420 while the air is diverted in the same manner to the treated exhaust gas.

The rotational action of the rotor 300 and the wind direction switching action according to the driving chain 720 connected to the chain sprocket 315 fixedly formed on the outer circumferential surface of the rotor central shaft 310 as shown in FIGS. 17 to 19. And, it is made naturally by the rotation drive unit 700 including a gear motor or step motor 710 for operating the drive chain 720.

On the other hand, the detailed configuration of the gas duct 400, as shown in the assembled state and the exploded perspective view of Figure 11 shown in Figures 5, 8, etc., through one side of the cylindrical duct housing 400h to the inner center It is extended and provided with a supply gas duct 410, the upper portion of the supply gas duct 410, the supply air duct sealing means so that the continuous supply of the upper supply gas to the rotating rotary branch chamber 330 is kept airtight 411a is installed through the fixing flange 411. The other side of the cylindrical duct housing 400h is opened to provide the exhaust gas duct 420, and also penetrates through the other side of the cylindrical duct housing 400h and further penetrates the air supply gas duct 410. In addition, a purge gas duct 430 is provided which communicates with a purge gas inlet hole 312 formed in the hollow rotor central axis 310 to be described below, and the fixed center of the rotor rotates with the fixed purge gas duct 430 ( It is preferred to provide a two-way connector 430c as shown in FIG. 11 to provide a connection seal with 310, and to enable rotational sealing with the top and bottom surfaces of the two-way connector 430c. 12 and 14, the rotor central shaft 310 is provided with upper and lower sealing means 311u and 311b above and below the purge gas inlet hole 312.

Then, the distribution chamber 200 constituting the separate rotary valve assembly (200, 300) according to the present invention is branched to the bottom of the regenerative combustion device 100 through the fixed branch 211 as mentioned above. It connects to the flow chamber 130, therein is a fixed distribution device element (220, 222, 230, 240) to divide the space inside the distribution chamber 200 into a plurality of isolation spaces, each divided isolation space is fixed A fixed branch plate 222 having fixed branch vanes 220 provided to communicate with the mechanism 211, respectively, is installed, and a lower portion of the fixed branch plate 222 communicates with a plurality of isolation spaces, respectively. A lower fixed distribution plate 230 (also referred to as a "stator") is provided with a fan-shaped distribution hole (e.g., twelve distribution holes), and this lower fixed distribution plate 230 has a chamber having a larger diameter. Installation at the bottom connection end of the housing 210 An annular distribution plate assembly flange 240 having an outer end fixed to the lower connection end of the chamber housing 210 may be provided between the lower connection end of the chamber housing 210 and the lower fixed distribution plate 230.

20 and 21, the fixed branch vanes 220 may be fixed to the fixed branch plate 222 by welding or the like, as shown in FIG. 20. Unlike this, as shown in FIG. 21, it may be fixedly installed through a separate installation bracket 220a.

Meanwhile, as shown in FIGS. 9, 20, and 21, the lower fixed distribution plate 230 is installed at a predetermined interval upward in the center of the annular distribution plate assembly flange 240. As shown in FIG. 10, a vertical distribution is performed between the annular distribution plate assembly flange 240 and the lower fixed distribution plate 230 so as to satisfy the exact installation position of the fixed distribution plate 230 and installation conditions such as tilt and flatness. And a plurality of vertical mounting holes 245v and horizontal mounting holes 245h, which are provided in the form of fastening bolts and fixing nuts so as to match the horizontal installation intervals, and which can adjust the tightening distance, in particular, of the horizontal mounting holes 245h. In this case, by adjusting the bolt fastening length of each of the horizontal mounting holes (245h) to support the outer surface of the lower fixed distribution plate 230 which is in contact with the end thereof to adjust the planar position of the lower fixed distribution plate 230 This is The tool entry hole 241 into which the adjustment tool for adjusting the bolt fastening length of the horizontal mounting hole 245h can be inserted is preferably provided separately in the distribution plate assembly flange 240, and thus the distribution chamber 200. And a problem such as poor airtightness between the upper rotary distribution plate 320 disposed on the upper part of the detachable rotary valve 300 assembly after the assembling operation as well as the assembling process of the detachable rotary valve 300 assembly to be described later. Even in the case of maintenance work requiring adjustment of the installation position of the lower fixed distribution plate 230 of the distribution chamber 200, the operation of adjusting the position of the lower fixed distribution plate 230 is very easy.

Next, a detailed configuration will be described with reference to the drawings showing a preferred embodiment of the detachable rotary valve 300 assembly assembled to the lower portion of the distribution chamber 200.

The rotor 300 constituting the separate rotary valve assembly 200, 300 according to the present invention is disposed to be rotatable in the lower portion of the distribution chamber 200, and has a separate supply channel for supply gas, exhaust gas, and purge gas. As installed to provide, the upper rotary distribution plate 320, the rotary branch chamber 330, and comprises a hollow shaft-shaped rotor central axis 310,

The upper rotary distribution plate 320 constituting the rotor 300 has two gas distribution holes having a fan shape as shown in FIGS. 12, 13, 15, 16, 13, and 25 (see FIG. An air supply gas inlet hole of '321a' and an exhaust gas outlet hole of '321b' are formed (that is, a hollow circular plate having two holes), and two bridges partitioning between them (reference numeral '323P'). A purge zone bridge having a purge hole formed at 323 and a dead zone bridge at 322 without a separate purge hole, and having a central support portion in which the rotor central axis 310 is axially coupled to the outside. It is provided as a plate-shaped member having a circumferential portion (320r) of the upper rotation distribution plate 320 is formed to penetrate in the vertical direction through the entire circumferential portion (320r) to enable the upward supply of purge gas along the entire circumferential direction Purge gas ejection holes 320-ip and 320-op are provided, and

As shown in FIG. 14, a bottom surface of the upper rotary distribution plate 320 and an upper surface of the rotary branch chamber 330 to supply purge gas to the purge gas ejection holes 320-ip and 320-op. A hollow channel 330r for supplying an annular purge gas is formed to open upward over the entire circumference thereof, and a purge gas outlet hole formed at an upper end of the rotor central shaft 310 disposed at the center thereof. 313 and a lower portion of the two bridges 322 and 323 provided in the upper rotary distribution plate 320 inside the rotary branch chamber 330 so as to communicate with the annular purge gas supply hollow channel 330r. Purge gas delivery channel 333 is provided,

Further, the upper rotary distribution plate while placing a fine gap within a setting range to prevent the friction damage between the upper rotary distribution plate 320 and the lower fixed distribution plate 230 of the distribution chamber 200 fixed to the upper portion. The purge gas ejected into the minute gap through the purge gas ejection holes 320-ip and 320-op of the plate 320 forms an air curtain to absorb high heat while preventing leakage and mixing of the supply and exhaust gases. It will provide cooling function.

Here, as shown in FIG. 14, the purge gas delivery channel 333 may be installed together with a separator partitioning between the air supply gas inlet region 331 and the exhaust gas outlet region 332a provided at both sides. will be.

Meanwhile, more preferably, as shown in FIGS. 13 and 25, a plurality of purge gas ejection holes 322 are also formed on both sides of the dead zone bridge 322 and the purge zone bridge 323 of the upper rotary distribution plate 320. Preferably, -sp and 323-sp are provided, and moreover, a plurality of purge gas ejection holes 320-rp may be provided in the circumferential direction in the center support portion to which the rotor center shaft 310 is coupled.

When the rotor 300 constituting the removable rotary valve assembly 200, 300 according to the present invention is assembled to the gas duct part 400 in FIGS. 5 and 8, the outer circumferential surface of the rotating branch chamber 330 of the rotor 300 is provided. The air supply gas duct 410 in the gas duct unit 400 is assembled to the opening of the upper part. The sealing means 411a, which is subjected to a sealing interview on the inner surface of the fastening flange 411 provided between them, has two vertical directions. The dog has a structure that is fastened to the outer circumferential surface of the annular barrel 335 provided on the outer circumferential surface of the rotary branch chamber 330, one end of the rotor as shown in Figs. The sealing effect is further provided by providing a purge gas supply pipe 314 for gas duct sealing, which communicates with the inside of the central shaft 310 and is provided through the annular barrel 335 and extends between the two sealing means 411a. I can increase it .

The separate rotary valve assembly 200 and 300 according to the present invention configured as described above is installed in the support frame 600 between the regenerative combustion device 100 and the gas duct part 400 as the wind direction changer and the rotary drive unit 700. Referring to FIGS. 17 to 19, which illustrate an operating state cross section of a regenerative combustion system made by operating a connection, and FIGS. 22 to 24, which are represented in perspective, first, FIG. As shown in FIG. 23, the VOC supplied to the rotor 300 from the air supply gas duct 410 shown on the left side of the figure. After the gas is supplied to the regenerative combustion device 100 through the distribution chamber 200 and incinerated, the gas is discharged through the exhaust gas duct 420 on the right side of the drawing through the distribution chamber 200 and the rotor 300 as incineration gas. In addition, as the rotor 300 rotates according to the operation of the rotation driver 700 under the rotor 300, the purge gas duct 430 as illustrated in FIGS. 18 (cross-sectional view taken along line BB) and FIGS. 23 and 24. ) Is supplied to the heat storage type combustion apparatus 100 via the rotor 300 and the distribution chamber 200. On the other hand, in Fig. 19 (C-C line sectional view of Fig. 4) V.O.C. supplied to the air supply gas duct (not shown) disposed in the rear of the drawing. The gas is incinerated and is discharged through the exhaust gas duct 420 shown in the front of the figure, showing the operating state of the rotary drive unit 700, which is not well represented in FIG.

On the other hand, the operation state reference cross-sectional views of the regenerative combustion system along the reference line of a'-a ', b'-b', c'-c 'shown in the upper rotary distribution plate 320 shown in FIG. 26 to 28, the description of the specific details are omitted because most of the above description and overlap, but the vertical direction of the flow path of the air supply gas, exhaust gas, purge gas flowing in the wind direction converter is It is clearly shown that the gas flow efficiency is improved by maintaining the same, and the entire circumferential surface of the rotor in the wind direction switching device is provided through the annular purge gas supply hollow channel 330r disposed under the upper rotary distribution plate 320. By uniformly supplying with respect to the load, the frictional resistance between the dispensing chamber and the rotor is minimized despite the load unevenness due to the rotor-shaped asymmetric structure. While still it will be able to identify that can achieve a sufficient effect airtight and cooling effect by the air curtain.

In addition, according to the present invention, as described above, it is possible to precisely adjust the installation position of the lower fixed distribution plate 230 of the distribution chamber 200 (provides uniformity of the fine gap with the upper rotation distribution plate of the rotor). Rather, the gap between the upper rotary distribution plate 320 of the rotor 300 and the lower fixed distribution plate 230 of the distribution chamber 200 fixedly installed on the upper portion (located below the regenerative combustion device) is finely formed. 4, 8, 12, 14, 16, and so on, a gap may be provided in the lower portion of the rotor 300, more specifically, the lower portion 316 of the central axis of the rotor 310. It is preferable that a fine adjustment device 500 is provided, furthermore, a trust between the rotor central axis 310 and the gap fine adjustment device 500 as shown in the accompanying drawings showing preferred embodiments of the present invention. Bearing (560) It can be provided.

The apparatus shown in FIGS. 29 to 31 may be used as the gap fine adjusting device 500, which is separately below the lower portion of the rotor 300, more specifically, below or below the lower portion 316 of the central axis of the rotor 310. The fixed support 510 is installed at the lower portion of the lower support lower end 510a formed under the provided thrust bearing 560, but the rotor lower support end 510a is displaceable from the fixed support 510. Displacement applying means 520 having a structure as shown in the figure in order to install the central axis 310 to the fixed support 510, to apply the vertical movement displacement with respect to the fixed support 510 to the rotor lower support end 510a. , 530, 540, 550, 550a, 570, 580a, 580b) can be used. Here, the central portion of the fixed support 510 can be formed in a structure such as a conical pocket formed with a through hole in the center to improve structural stability.

Hereinafter, various embodiments of the displacement applying means of the gap fine adjusting device will be described in detail with reference to FIGS. 29 to 31.

As in the three embodiments illustrated in Figures 29-31, the displacement applying means includes: a bolted first fastener 540 provided below the rotor lower support end 510a; A bottom fixture 520 having a nut-shaped second fastener 530 to which the bolt-type first fastener 540 is fastened; And the bolt-type first fastener 540 is relatively rotated with respect to the nut-type second fastener 530 when the bolt-type first fastener 540 is fixed and rotated. It is preferable to include a rotation operation stage 550 provided so that the fastening distance with the two fasteners 530 can be adjusted.

And, the simplest embodiment as the rotary operation stage 550 is the bolt head embodiment shown in FIG. 29, and is engaged with the rotary operation stage 550 as a rotation force applying means for applying the rotational force to the rotary operation stage 550. An embodiment in which the actuated wrench 550a is provided in combination is shown in FIG. 30, and as shown in FIG. 31 as an embodiment of the rotational force applying means capable of providing the highest operating convenience and precise adjustment force, the rotational operation. A drive that provides a continuous horizontal movement displacement to the annular chain sprocket 570 provided on the outer circumferential surface of the stage 550, the drive chain 580a engaged with the chain sprocket 570, and the drive chain 580a. Embodiments including a motor 580b may be provided, and the driving motor 580b used herein may use a motor capable of reverse rotation operation as well as forward rotation operation. Is recommended.

Although the preferred embodiments have been described by way of example in order to illustrate the present invention through specific embodiments, it will be understood by those skilled in the art that these are merely examples and can be substituted by other means. The embodiments are presented for the purpose of illustration only to help the understanding of the present invention, and the present invention is not limited thereto. Various changes and implementations will be possible.

100: regenerative combustion device
200: distribution chamber
210: chamber housing
220: fixed branch wing
222: fixed branch plate
230: lower fixed distribution plate
240: distribution plate assembly flange
200, 300: rotary valve assembly (wind direction changer)
300: rotor
310: center of rotor
320: upper rotating distribution plate
330: rotating branch chamber
330r: hollow channel for supplying annular purge gas
400: gas duct part
500: clearance fine adjustment device
600: support frame
700: rotation drive unit

Claims (18)

  1. A distribution chamber 200 disposed above and fixed to the support frame 600 in the wind direction conversion device configured to be mounted and detached to the regenerative combustion device 100, and a lower fixed distribution plate 230 of the distribution chamber 200. An upper rotary distribution plate 320, a rotary branch chamber 330, and a hollow rotor central axis, which are arranged below the airtightly rotatable and are provided to provide separate supply channels of the supply gas, the exhaust gas, and the purge gas. A rotary valve assembly (200, 300) comprising a rotor (300) having a (310),
    The upper rotary distribution plate 320 of the rotor 300 has two gas distribution holes (air supply gas inlet hole, exhaust gas outlet hole) of the fan shape and two bridges (Purge Zone Bridge, Dead Zone) that partitions between them And a purge gas ejection hole 320-formed in the upper rotational distribution plate 320 so as to penetrate the entire circumference in an up and down direction to enable upward supply of purge gas along the entire circumferential direction. ip, 320-op) is provided, and the bottom surface of the upper rotary distribution plate 320 and the rotary branch chamber 330 so that purge gas can be supplied to the purge gas ejection holes 320-ip and 320-op. An annular purge gas supply hollow channel 330r is provided over the entire circumference along an upper surface of the purge gas outlet hole 313 formed at an upper end of the rotor central shaft 310 disposed at the center thereof. Hollow for supplying annular purge gas The purge gas delivery channel 333 is provided below the two bridges 322 and 323 provided in the upper rotary distribution plate 320 so that the channel 330r communicates with the rotary branch chamber 330. The upper portion of the upper rotating distribution plate 320 of the rotor 300 and the lower fixed distribution plate 230 of the distribution chamber 200 fixed to the upper portion of the upper portion while setting a fine gap within the set range to prevent the friction damage The purge gas ejected into the minute gap through the purge gas ejection holes 320-ip and 320-op of the rotation distribution plate 320 forms an air curtain to prevent the leakage and mixing of the supply and exhaust gases while maintaining high heat. A separate rotary valve assembly for a wind direction converter of a regenerative combustion device, characterized in that it is configured to provide an absorbing cooling function.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    Separated for the wind direction converter of the regenerative combustion device, characterized in that a plurality of purge gas ejection holes (322-sp, 323-sp) is further provided on both sides of the two bridges of the upper rotary distribution plate 320 Rotary valve assembly.
  3. The method of claim 2,
    Wind direction conversion of the regenerative combustion apparatus, characterized in that a plurality of purge gas ejection holes 320-rp is further provided in the circumferential direction to the center support portion to which the rotor central shaft 310 of the upper rotary distribution plate 320 is coupled. Detachable rotary valve assembly for the device.
  4. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    The dispensing chamber 200 constituting the removable rotary valve assembly,
    The circular dome-shaped chamber is fixedly installed in the support frame 600 supporting the regenerative combustion device 100 from the bottom, the upper portion of the chamber housing 210, the lower portion of the branch flow path chamber 130 at the lower end of the regenerative combustion device A plurality of fixed branch holes 211 installed along the circumferential direction so as to communicate with each of the flow paths formed independently of each other;
    A fixed branch plate 222 having a plurality of fixed branch vanes 220 in contact with the domed inner circumferential surface of the chamber housing 210;
    An annular distribution plate assembly flange 240 having an outer end fixed to a lower connection end of the chamber housing 210; And
    And a lower fixed distribution plate 230 mounted on and fixed to an upper end of the distribution plate assembly flange 240, and
    The distribution plate assembly flange so as to meet the installation conditions, such as the correct installation position and inclination, flatness of the lower fixed distribution plate 230 is installed at a predetermined interval upward in the center of the distribution plate assembly flange 240 A vertical mounting hole 245v and a horizontal mounting hole 245h are provided between the 240 and the lower fixed distribution plate 230 to adjust the fastening distance so as to match the vertical and horizontal mounting intervals. Separation rotary for the wind direction converter of the heat storage combustion apparatus characterized in that provided in the distribution plate assembly flange 240 is provided with a tool access hole 241 into which the adjustment tool for adjusting the bolt fastening length of (245h) can be inserted. Valve assembly.
  5. The method of claim 4, wherein
    The fine gap formed between the upper rotary distribution plate 320 of the rotor 300 constituting the removable rotary valve assembly and the lower fixed distribution plate 230 of the distribution chamber 200 fixedly installed thereon. In order to control the separation, the separate rotary valve assembly for the wind direction converter of the regenerative combustion device, characterized in that the micro-gap adjusting device 500 is further provided in the lower portion of the rotor (300).
  6. According to claim 5, wherein the gap fine control device 500
    A lower support end portion (510a) provided under the lower end (316) of the central axis (310) of the rotor (300);
    A fixed support 510 installed below the rotor lower support end 510a; And
    It comprises a displacement applying means for applying a vertical movement displacement with respect to the fixed support 510 to the rotor lower support end 510a so that the rotor lower support end (510a) is displaceable from the fixed support (510). Separation rotary valve assembly for a wind direction conversion device of a regenerative combustion device.
  7. The method of claim 6, wherein the displacement applying means,
    A bolt-type first fastener 540 provided below the rotor lower support end 510a;
    A bottom fixture 520 having a nut-shaped second fastener 530 to which the bolt-type first fastener 540 is fastened; And
    The nut-shaped second fastener 540 is rotated relative to the nut-shaped second fastener 530 when the bolt-shaped first fastener 540 is fixedly rotated and rotated. Separation rotary valve assembly for a wind direction converter of the regenerated combustion device, characterized in that it comprises a rotary operating end 550 provided to be adjusted to the fastening distance with the fastener (530).
  8. According to claim 7, Rotation force applying means for applying a rotational force to the rotary operation stage 550,
    Annular chain sprocket 570 provided on the outer circumferential surface of the rotary operation stage 550,
    A drive chain 580a that meshes with the chain sprocket 570, and
    And a drive motor (580b) for providing a continuous horizontal movement displacement to the drive chain (580a).
  9. The method of claim 5,
    The thrust bearing 560 is further provided between the lower end portion 316 of the rotor central shaft 310 and the gap microadjustment device 500. .
  10. An incineration chamber 110 on the top for incineration of harmful gases such as VOC gas; A heat storage chamber 120 having a structure in which a heat storage material for recycling the incineration heat is divided into a plurality of sectors having a fan shape arranged in a circle and separated and stacked on the bottom of the incineration chamber 110; The regenerative combustion device 100 having the branch flow path chamber 130 disposed at the bottom to communicate with each of the heat storage chambers of the heat storage chamber 120, and the duct housing 400h at the bottom, which is an entrance area of the processing gas. A regenerative combustion system comprising a wind direction switching device provided between a gas supply duct 400 including a fixed air supply gas duct 410, an exhaust gas duct 420, and a purge gas duct 430,
    The wind direction converter is
    The circular dome-shaped chamber is fixedly installed in the support frame 600 for supporting the regenerative combustion device 100 from the bottom. The branch flow path chamber 130 at the lower end of the regenerative combustion device 100 at the upper end of the chamber housing 210. Fixed with a plurality of fixed branch 211 which is installed along the circumferential direction so as to communicate with each flow path formed in the lower end independently, a plurality of fixed branch blades 220 in contact with the domed inner peripheral surface of the chamber housing 210 quarter plate 222, which is fixed is raised to the inner end the upper portion of the chamber housing 210, the outer end of the ring-shaped are installed the fixed allocated to the lower connecting end plate assembly flange 240, and the distribution board mounting flange 240 of the A distribution chamber 200 including a lower fixed distribution plate 230;
    An upper rotary distribution plate 320, a rotary branch chamber 330, disposed to be airtightly rotatable under the distribution chamber 200, and installed to provide separate supply channels of the supply gas, the exhaust gas, and the purge gas; And a rotor (300) having a rotor central shaft (310) in the form of a hollow shaft, and
    The upper rotary distribution plate 320 of the rotor 300 has two gas distribution holes (air supply gas inlet hole, exhaust gas outlet hole) of the fan shape and two bridges (Purge Zone Bridge, Dead Zone) that partitions between them And a purge gas ejection hole 320-formed in the upper rotational distribution plate 320 so as to penetrate the entire circumference in an up and down direction to enable upward supply of purge gas along the entire circumferential direction. ip, 320-op) is provided, and the bottom surface of the upper rotary distribution plate 320 and the rotary branch chamber 330 so that purge gas can be supplied to the purge gas ejection holes 320-ip and 320-op. An annular purge gas supply hollow channel 330r is provided over the entire circumference along an upper surface of the purge gas outlet hole 313 formed at an upper end of the rotor central shaft 310 disposed at the center thereof. Hollow for supplying annular purge gas The purge gas delivery channel 333 located below the two bridges 322 and 323 provided in the upper rotary distribution plate 320 is provided inside the rotary branch chamber 330 so that the channel 330r communicates. And a fine gap within a setting range between the upper rotary distribution plate 320 of the rotor 330 and the lower fixed distribution plate 230 of the distribution chamber 200 fixed to the upper portion of the rotor 330 to prevent friction damage. While purge gas ejected into the minute gap through the purge gas ejection holes 320-ip and 320-op of the upper rotation distribution plate 320 forms an air curtain to prevent leakage and mixing of the supply and exhaust gases. A regenerative combustion system having a separate rotary valve assembly as a wind direction converting device of a regenerative combustion device, characterized by being configured to provide a cooling function while absorbing high heat.
  11. The method of claim 10,
    Separate type as the wind direction conversion device of the regenerative combustion device, characterized in that a plurality of purge gas ejection holes (322-sp, 323-sp) is further provided on both sides of the two bridges of the upper rotary distribution plate (320). Regenerative combustion system with a rotary valve assembly.
  12. The method of claim 11,
    Wind direction conversion of the regenerative combustion apparatus, characterized in that a plurality of purge gas ejection holes 320-rp is further provided in the circumferential direction to the center support portion to which the rotor central shaft 310 of the upper rotary distribution plate 320 is coupled. A regenerative combustion system having a separate rotary valve assembly as a device.
  13. The method according to any one of claims 10 to 12,
    Correct installation position and inclination of the lower fixed distribution plate 230 installed at a predetermined interval upward in the center of the distribution plate assembly flange 240 of the distribution chamber 200 constituting the removable rotary valve assembly, In order to satisfy the installation conditions such as flatness, the vertical mounting hole 245v which can adjust the tightening distance between the distribution plate assembly flange 240 and the lower fixed distribution plate 230 to match the vertical and horizontal installation intervals ) And a horizontal mounting hole 245h, and a tool access hole 241 into which the adjustment tool for adjusting the bolt fastening length of the horizontal mounting hole 245h is inserted is provided in the distribution plate assembly flange 240. And
    The fine gap formed between the upper rotary distribution plate 320 of the rotor 300 constituting the removable rotary valve assembly and the lower fixed distribution plate 230 of the distribution chamber 200 fixedly installed thereon. In order to control, the regenerative combustion system having a separate rotary valve assembly as a wind direction changer of the regenerative combustion device, characterized in that the micro-gap adjusting device 500 is further provided below the rotor.
  14. The method of claim 13, wherein the gap fine control device 500
    A lower support end portion (510a) provided under the lower end (316) of the central axis (310) of the rotor (300);
    A fixed support 510 installed below the rotor lower support end 510a; And
    It comprises a displacement applying means for applying a vertical movement displacement with respect to the fixed support 510 to the rotor lower support end 510a so that the rotor lower support end (510a) is displaceable from the fixed support (510). A regenerative combustion system having a separate rotary valve assembly as a wind direction changer for a regenerative combustion device.
  15. The method of claim 14, wherein the displacement applying means,
    A bolt-type first fastener 540 provided below the rotor lower support end 510a;
    A bottom fixture 520 having a nut-shaped second fastener 530 to which the bolt-type first fastener 540 is fastened; And
    The nut-shaped second fastener 540 is rotated relative to the nut-shaped second fastener 530 when the bolt-shaped first fastener 540 is fixedly rotated and rotated. A regenerative combustion system having a separate rotary valve assembly as a wind direction change device of a regenerative combustion device, characterized in that it comprises a rotary operating end 550 provided to adjust the engagement distance with the fastener 530.
  16. The rotating force applying means for applying a rotating force to the rotating operation stage 550,
    Annular chain sprocket 570 provided on the outer circumferential surface of the rotary operation stage 550,
    A drive chain 580a that meshes with the chain sprocket 570, and
    And a drive motor (580b) for providing a continuous horizontal movement displacement to the drive chain (580a). A regenerative combustion system having a separate rotary valve assembly as a wind direction changer for a regenerative combustion device.
  17. The method of claim 13,
    Separate rotary valve assembly as a wind direction changer of the regenerative combustion device, characterized in that the thrust bearing 560 is further provided between the lower end portion 316 of the rotor central shaft 310 and the gap fine control device 500. Regenerative combustion system having a.
  18. 16. The method of claim 15,
    When the outer circumferential surface of the rotary branch chamber 330 of the rotor 300 is assembled to the opening of the upper portion by the supply gas duct 410 in the gas duct unit 400 on the inner surface of the fastening flange 411 provided between them Two sealing means (411a) to be sealed interview is fastened and fixed to the outer circumferential surface of the annular barrel 335 provided on the outer circumferential surface of the rotary branch chamber 330 in the vertical direction, and
    One end is further provided with a purge gas supply pipe 314 for gas duct sealing, which communicates with the inside of the rotor central shaft 310 and the other end penetrates through the annular barrel 335 and extends between the two sealing means 411a. A regenerative combustion system having a separate rotary valve assembly as a wind direction converter for a regenerative combustion device.
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