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Sulphuric Acid on the WebTM Technical Manual DKL Engineering, Inc.

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Sulphuric Acid Plant Specifications
 

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Acid Plant Database September 10, 2011

Owner Trinecké železárny a.s.

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Location

Prumyslová 1000
739 70 Trinec - Staré Mesto
Czech Republic

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Website www.trz.cz
Plant -
Coordinates* 49° 41' 20" N, 18° 39' 10" E (site)
Type of Plant Wet-Gas Sulphuric Acid (WSA)
Gas Source

Carbonate wash of coke oven gas
H2S gas

Plant Capacity 12 MTPD
2,600 Nm3/h, 4.3% SO2
SA/DA -
Emissions -
Status -
Year Built 1999
Technology Haldor Topsøe
Contractor Krupp-Koppers GmbH
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General Coke production has a long-standing tradition in TRINECKÉ ŽELEZÁRNY. The first coke was produced here in 1873.  The technological process of coke production has undergone numerous changes since that time. Today’s coking and chemical operations comply with the requirements of modern technology, and at the same time fulfill strict environmental implications relevant to the coke production.  Two coke-oven batteries of the annual capacity of 700 thousand tons of coke are operated using a rammed process with quick rammers. Bituminous coal for the production of blast furnace coke is transported by railway from the nearby Ostrava-Karviná coalfield.  The coke-oven batteries are equipped with coke wet quenching facility. The coke gas is desulfurized and supplied to the gas network of TRINECKÉ ŽELEZÁRNY.  An intermediate product of the coke-oven gas desulfurization is the sulfuric acid which is reused in the process of eliminating ammonia from the coke-oven gas.  Tar, benzol and ammonia sulfate are the by-products generated during the coke production. The coke-oven plant is equipped with a rotary drier for drying the coke which is used as a carburizing agent in steel plants.  Waste phenol-ammonia waters of the coking plant are treated together with city sewage waters of Trinec at a biological sewage treatment plant.
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MTPD - Metric Tonne per Day           STPD - Short Ton per Day
MTPA - Metric Tonne per Annum      STPA - Short Ton per Annum
SA - Single Absorption
DA - Double Absorption
 

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