Lear Siegler Australasia provides the TEOM series 4200 combustion efficiency monitor, which is a continuous carbon-in-ash monitor and provides the data necessary to optimise combustion efficiency in real time. Carbon-in-ash is a key indicator of combustion efficiency at coal-fired power plants. The TEOM series 4200 combustion efficiency monitor provides a direct, efficient approach to automating this type of measurement through its sampling and analysis procedures.
The TEOM series 4200 combustion efficiency monitor directly measures unburned carbon in fly ash, is insensitive to changes in coal/ash chemistry and can operate continuously unattended. The instrument generates carbon-in-ash results automatically, and makes its output available to plant personnel and data management systems in a number of formats.
The users of the TEOM series 4200 combustion efficiency monitor can expect lower fuel consumption and ash generation rates, improved heat rate, optimisation of the mills performance and therefore an increase in fly ash sales. By using the TEOM series 4200 combustion efficiency monitor to reduce the fly ash carbon concentration, plan operators can realise the full financial benefits from a substantial increase in revenue from fly ash sales and a significant reduction on disposal costs.
The TEOM series 4200 combustion efficiency monitor is mounted on a special frame, that enables plant personnel to move the equipment to different sampling sites. The frame features height adjustment and oversize wheels for ease of movement over grated decks. The monitor can also be detached from the frame and mounted permanently on railing or other support structure.