KR101212005B1 - Incinerator for combustion having effluent gas outlet - Google Patents

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KR101212005B1
KR101212005B1 KR1020120107621A KR20120107621A KR101212005B1 KR 101212005 B1 KR101212005 B1 KR 101212005B1 KR 1020120107621 A KR1020120107621 A KR 1020120107621A KR 20120107621 A KR20120107621 A KR 20120107621A KR 101212005 B1 KR101212005 B1 KR 101212005B1
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PURPOSE: An incineration apparatus with an exhaust gas ejector is provided to discharge exhaust gas through a blower as a bypass valve is operated by a relay of a control panel when power is down. CONSTITUTION: An incineration apparatus(2) comprises a filter unit(6), a supply fan(10), a heat storage unit(8), and an exhaust gas ejector. The filter unit filters exhaust gas in a VOC(volatile organic compound) which flows through an inflow pipe(4). The supply fan supplies or discharges the exhaust gas passing through the filter unit to the heat storage unit. The heat storage unit burns the exhaust gas supplied by the supply fan. The exhaust gas ejector discharges the exhaust gas before the exhaust flows into the heat storage unit when a relay signal from a control unit(S) is delivered.

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Incinerator with exhaust gas discharger {INCINERATOR FOR COMBUSTION HAVING EFFLUENT GAS OUTLET}

The present invention relates to an incineration apparatus having an exhaust gas discharger, and more particularly, a bypass valve that does not require a power supply for exhaust gas such as volatile organic compounds introduced into the incineration apparatus when electricity is cut off by disconnection, power failure, and necessity. The present invention relates to an incineration apparatus having an exhaust gas discharger for discharging an explosion risk of an incineration apparatus by discharging it into the atmosphere by using an discharger configured as an engine-driven blower.

Incinerators, such as regenerative combustion oxidizers, which oxidize volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from other manufacturing industries, such as automotive and laundry facilities, organic solvents and paints, and steel structures, are factory It uses electricity supplied to.

Such conventional incinerators cannot discharge exhaust gas into the atmosphere when the power is cut off due to power cut, blackout, or need, and they are left in a risk of explosion due to the concentration of high concentration exhaust gases, and then restarted when power is supplied. It works in a way that lowers risk.

And if the incinerator is not equipped with a dedicated generator can not discharge the exhaust gas containing volatile organic compounds introduced during power outage and power outage by necessity, there is a problem to increase the explosion risk by the concentration of high concentration exhaust gas inside.

In addition, when the emergency generator is used to supply electricity to an incinerator such as a conventional regenerative combustion oxidizer, there is a problem that an explosion accident may occur when the capacity of the emergency generator is insufficient.

Documents 1 to 3 disclose conventional incinerators.

Document 1 includes at least one adsorption column into which a gas having a VOC is introduced from each process to adsorb the VOC; The VOC flowing from the adsorption tower is reduced by VOC by combustion and catalyst, and HTO for heat-exchanging the burned gas, and desorbs the adsorbed VOC, and utilizes the recirculation of the burned gas through the recycle line. A high concentration VOC safety treatment apparatus has been disclosed that can control the concentration in an ideal concentration gradient form to achieve complete treatment and high removal efficiency of the VOC.

Document 2 includes a combustion chamber for incineration of harmful gases containing volatile organic compounds, a plurality of heat storage chambers blocked by radial partitions below the combustion chamber and provided with a heat storage material, a harmful gas inlet pipe and combustion in each of the plurality of heat storage chambers. A regenerative combustion oxidizer comprising a flow path switching means for cross-connecting the treated clean air discharge pipe and having an overheat prevention bypass pipe in the combustion chamber, which is drawn out from the combustion chamber and piped to the heat source of the boiler and is steam. Disclosed is a waste heat utilization steam production system of a regenerative combustion oxidizer that maximizes energy utilization, including a bypass return tube that is produced, cooled, heat exchanged, and then flows back into the combustion chamber.

[Patent Document 1] Registered Patent No. 0988643 "High Concentration VOC Safety Treatment Device" (2010.10.18. Notification) [Patent Document 2] Registered Patent No. 0734918 "Waste Heat Utilization Steam Production System of Regenerative Combustion Oxidizer" (2007.07.03. Notification)

An object of the present invention is to provide a bypass valve and an engine-driven blower that do not use electricity in the atmosphere so that high concentration of flue gas flowing into an incinerator such as a regenerative combustion oxidizer is not concentrated when power is cut off due to power cut, blackout, and necessity. By discharging to the configured discharger, it is possible to prevent the safety accident by preventing the explosion risk of the incinerator.

The present invention for achieving this purpose is supplied to the filter unit 6 for filtering the exhaust gas of the volatile organic compound flowing through the inlet pipe 4, and the exhaust gas passing through the filter unit 6 in the heat storage unit (8). In the incineration device (2) comprising a supply fan (10) for the discharge or outflow, and a heat storage unit (8) for burning and oxidizing the exhaust gas supplied by the supply fan (10),

The incinerator (2) is characterized in that the discharger 12 for discharging the exhaust gas in the atmosphere before the flow to the heat storage unit 8 when the relay signal of the control unit 10 is further installed.

The discharger 12 is operated by the relay signal of the control unit (S) during power cut, the bypass valve 16 for closing the inlet pipe 4 and opening the bypass duct 14 and the bypass valve 16. And an engine driving blower 20 for discharging exhaust gas of volatile organic compounds introduced into the bypass duct 14 through the inlet pipe 4 through the operation of the engine 18 at the same time. It features.

The bypass valve 16 opens the bypass duct 14 by actuating the actuator 22 and the actuator 22 which operate while the elastic member embedded in the relay signal of the controller 10 returns during power cut. It characterized in that it comprises an exhaust valve 24 and a shut-off valve 28 to be interlocked by the connecting member 26 to block the inlet pipe 4 during the opening operation of the exhaust valve 24.

The bypass duct 14 is characterized in that the rib-shaped stopper 30 is further formed on the inner circumferential surface so that the closing of the exhaust valve 24 can be maintained accurately.

The engine driving blower 20 includes an engine 18 operated by a relay signal or a ignition key of the controller 10 during power cut, and a bypass duct 14 by power generated by driving of the engine 18. It characterized in that it comprises a blower 20 for discharging the exhaust gas flowing into the atmosphere.

The actuator 18 for operating the blower 20 and the bypass valve 16 for operating the blower 20 may be installed to be operated by a signal or a manual operation of the controller S.

According to the present invention, the incineration apparatus is discharged into the atmosphere by using an exhaust valve composed of a bypass valve and an engine-driven blower that operate without application of power when the power is cut off due to power cut, blackout, and need for the incinerator. It is effective in eliminating the explosion risk.

In addition, when the incinerator is cut off due to power cut, blackout, and need, the bypass valve is operated mechanically through the relay operation of the control panel and the exhaust fan is discharged by operating the blower by the engine. It is effective to prevent the risk of explosion by preventing accidents in advance.

1 is a side view showing an incineration apparatus having an exhaust gas discharger according to the present invention.
FIG. 2 is a plan view showing an incinerator having exhaust gas dischargers. FIG.
3 is a diagram illustrating installation of a bypass valve.
4 is a view showing AA of FIG. 3.
Fig. 5 shows a rib stopper for keeping the exhaust valve closed.
6 is a view showing an engine driving blower.

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

 The incineration apparatus 2 supplies or discharges the filter unit 6 for filtering the exhaust gas of the volatile organic compound introduced through the inlet pipe 4 and the exhaust gas passing through the filter unit 6 into the heat storage unit 8. The supply fan 10 and the heat storage part 8 which burns and oxidizes the noxious gas supplied by the supply fan 10 are included.

1 and 2, the incinerator 12 according to the present invention, the discharger 12 for discharging the exhaust gas to the atmosphere before flowing into the heat storage unit 8 when the relay signal of the control unit 10 is shown. ) Is installed.

The discharger 12 is operated by a relay signal of the control unit (S) when the power is cut off, the bypass valve 16 for closing the inlet pipe 4 and opening the bypass duct 14 and the bypass valve 16. Simultaneously with the operation of the engine is provided with an engine driving blower 20 for discharging the exhaust gas of volatile organic compounds introduced into the bypass duct 14 through the inlet pipe 4 to the atmosphere.

As shown in FIG. 3, the bypass valve 16 is an actuator 22 which operates while a resilient member (not shown) built in as a relay (not shown) signal of the control unit S is returned. ), An exhaust valve 24 for opening the bypass duct 14 by operation of the actuator 22, and a connecting member 26 to block the inlet pipe 4 during the opening operation of the exhaust valve 24. And a shutoff valve 28 interlocked with each other.

That is, the actuator 22 is made to rotate the rotary shafts 24S and 28S when the elastic member expands with the signal of the relay of the control unit 10 that operates when the power is cut off.

The relay is turned on when the power is applied and operates in the off state when no power is applied to contract or expand the elastic member inside the actuator 22.

When the exhaust valve 24 is rotated in conjunction with the rotary shaft 24S connected to the rotary shaft 28S by the connecting member 26 when the actuator 22 is installed on the rotary shaft 28S on which the shutoff valve 28 is installed. Open and close operation.

The bypass duct 14 has a rib stopper 30 protruding from the inner circumferential surface so that the closing of the exhaust valve 24 can be maintained accurately.

As shown in FIG. 6, the engine driving blower 20 is generated by driving the engine 18 and the engine 18 operated by a relay signal or a start key of the control unit S at the time of power cut. The blower 20 which discharges the waste gas which flows into the bypass duct 14 by the power to air | atmosphere is provided.

The discharger 12 is operated by the operation of the blower 20, the engine 18 for driving the blower 20 and the actuator 22 for operating the bypass valve 16 when power is cut off due to power cut, power failure, and necessity. The driving engine 18 and the actuator 22 are installed to operate by the signal of the control part S or by manual operation.

The actuator 22 is installed so that the elastic member that is expanded by the elastic force while the relay is off when the power supply is turned off rotates the rotary shaft 24S.

Hereinafter, the effect | action of this invention made as mentioned above is demonstrated.

First, when the electricity applied to the incineration device 2 cuts off power due to power cut, power failure, and need, the control unit S detects and the relay operates.

By operation of the relay, the bypass valve 16 installed in the upstream inlet pipe 4 of the filter unit 6 is operated to open the bypass duct 14.

That is, when the rotary shaft 24S is rotated by the elastic force of the elastic member which expands in the state in which the actuator 22 of the bypass valve 16 is cut off by the signal of the relay, the exhaust valve 24 is bypass duct ( 14) to open.

In addition, when the shutoff valve 28 connected to the connecting member 26 is operated at the same time as the operation of the exhaust valve 24, the shutoff valve 28 prevents the exhaust gas from being supplied to the heat storage unit 8. Block the upstream inlet pipe (4) of the).

In addition, the blower 20 operating by driving the engine 18 simultaneously with the operation of the bypass valve 16 allows the exhaust gas to flow into the bypass duct 14 and the exhaust gas is discharged to the atmosphere.

As described above, the exhaust gas flowing into the heat storage unit 8 of the incineration device 2 when electricity is cut off by disconnection, power failure, and the need is preliminarily upstream of the inlet pipe 4 by the shutoff valve 28. Is blocked.

Accordingly, by bypassing the high concentration flue gas in the heat storage unit 8 of the incinerator 2 and discharging it into the atmosphere, it is possible to prevent the explosion of the incinerator 2 and prevent a safety accident.

In addition, when the ejector 12 is manual, the control unit S turns on a warning lamp (not shown) when electricity is cut off due to power cut, power failure, and necessity.

When the warning lamp is turned on, the relay is operated so that the actuator 22 of the bypass valve 16 is interlocked. The actuator 22 operates the exhaust valve 24 and the shutoff valve 28 to open the bypass duct 14 and close the inlet pipe 4.

When the engine 18 is operated by the start key, the engine driving blower 20 discharges the exhaust gas flowing into the bypass duct 14 into the atmosphere.

As described above, when electricity is cut off by disconnection, power failure, and need, the incineration apparatus 2 discharges exhaust gas into the atmosphere through the operation of the ejector 12.

The incineration apparatus 2 is normally operated when power, which has been cut off by power cut, blackout and necessity, is normally applied again.

At this time, when the relay of the control unit S sends an electric signal to the actuator 22 of the bypass valve 16 to compress the elastic member in the expanded state, the actuator 22 returns to a state where power is applied.

The return of the actuator 22 causes the exhaust valve 24 to close the bypass duct 14 and the shutoff valve 28 to open the inlet pipe 4.

In addition, the exhaust valve 24 is in close contact with the rib-type stopper 30 protruding from the inner circumferential surface of the bypass duct 14, thereby accurately closing the bypass duct 14.

At this time, the exhaust gas flowing through the inlet pipe 4 is introduced into the heat storage unit 8 of the incinerator 2 through the filter unit 6 again by the operation of the supply fan 10 and then oxidized.

According to the present invention, when electricity is cut off by disconnection, power outage and necessity, the high concentration flue gas flowing into the heat storage unit of the incinerator 2 is discharged temporarily to the atmosphere, whereby It is to prevent the risk of explosion of the incinerator (2) by blocking the concentration.

2: incinerator 4: inlet pipe
6: filter part 8: heat storage part
10: supply fan 12: ejector
14: Bypass duct 16: Bypass valve
18: Engine 20: Blower for driving engine
22: actuator 24: exhaust valve
26: connecting member 28: shutoff valve
30: rib-type stopper S: control part

Claims (6)

  1. A filter unit 6 for filtering the exhaust gas of the volatile organic compound introduced through the inlet pipe 4, a supply fan 10 for supplying or exhausting the exhaust gas passing through the filter unit 6 into the heat storage unit 8; In the incinerator (2) comprising a heat storage unit (8) for burning and oxidizing the exhaust gas supplied by the supply fan (10),
    The incinerator 2,
    An incinerator having an exhaust gas discharger, characterized in that a discharger (12) is further provided for discharging the exhaust gas into the atmosphere before entering the heat storage (8) when the relay signal of the control unit (10).
  2. The method of claim 1,
    The ejector 12,
    When the power is cut off due to power cut, blackout and necessity, it operates by the relay signal of the control unit, and the inlet pipe 16 is closed and the bypass duct 14 is opened, and the operation of the bypass valve 16 is performed. And an engine driving blower 20 for discharging exhaust gas of volatile organic compounds introduced into the bypass duct 14 through the inlet pipe 4 through the driving of the engine 18 to the atmosphere. Incinerator with exhaust gas discharger.
  3. The method of claim 2,
    The bypass valve 16,
    In case of power cut off due to power cut, blackout and necessity, the actuator 22 which operates by returning the elastic member built in by the relay signal of the controller and the exhaust valve which opens the bypass duct 14 by the operation of the actuator 22 (24) and incineration with exhaust gas discharger, characterized in that it comprises a shut-off valve 28 which is interlocked by the connecting member 26 to block the inlet pipe 4 during the opening operation of the exhaust valve 24. Device.
  4. The method of claim 2,
    In the bypass duct 14,
    An incinerator having an exhaust gas discharger, characterized in that the rib-type stopper 30 is further formed on the inner circumferential surface so that the closing of the exhaust valve 24 can be maintained accurately.
  5. The method of claim 2,
    The engine driving blower 20,
    When the power is cut off due to power cut, blackout and need, the bypass duct 14 is driven by the engine 18 operated by the relay signal or the ignition key of the controller 10 and the power generated by the driving of the engine 18. Incinerator with exhaust gas discharger characterized in that it comprises a blower 20 for discharging the exhaust gas flowing into the atmosphere.
  6. The method according to claim 2 or 3,
    The actuator 18 for operating the driving engine 18 and the bypass valve 16 for driving the blower 20 is installed to be operated by a signal or a manual operation of the controller S. Incinerator with exhaust gas discharger.










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KR100836784B1 (en) 2008-02-21 2008-06-10 주식회사세진환경 Save fuel regenerative thermal oxidizer system
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