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Thermal Screw Processor Engineering Guide

KWS Thermal Pipe 1

Thermal Pipe

KWS Thermal Screw Processors are designed to provide cooling or heating of bulk materials. Typical applications include cooling boiler ash, cooling dried biosolids and preheating powders. Heat is transferred to or from bulk materials by indirect heat transfer.

The heat transfer medium or thermal fluid never comes in direct contact with the bulk material. Thermal fluid flows through jacketed troughs, center thermal pipe, hollow flight screw, or all three depending on the thermal load requirements of the application. KWS Thermal Screw Processors provide continuous heat transfer as well as conveyance of bulk materials.

There are many advantages to using a KWS Thermal Screw Processor in your application.

Thermal Screw Processor Engineering Guide – Index

KWS Thermal Pipe 2

Hollow Flight

Available Features and Options

  • Ideal for Cooling or Heating Bulk Materials
  • Standard Design Ensure Consistent Performance
  • Largest Surface Area to Volume Ratio of any Thermal Technology
  • Designed in Accordance with ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code
  • Compact Design Reduces Footprint Requirements
  • Multiple Designs Available Depending on Thermal Load Requirements

KWS Thermal Screw Processors are designed to fit the requirements of your specific application. With over 18 standard designs the KWS Engineering staff will ensure your process requirements are met and exceeded.

KWS Thermal Pipe 3

Jacketed Trough

Available Features and Options

  • Wide Range of Materials of Construction – Carbon Steel, 304 & 316 Stainless Steel and Abrasion Resistant Steel
  • Variable Frequency Drives
  • Control Systems and Panels
  • Closed Loop Heat Exchanger Systems
  • Support Structures
  • Feed and Take-Away Conveyors

KWS Thermal Screw Processors can lower your bulk material processing costs and ensure a lifetime of increased profits.

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