Temperature of clinker discharged from and its effect on secondary and tertiary air temperatures

By changing the character of the main burner flame, the burning zone can be shifted very near to kiln nose ring outlet, thus the clinker can be discharged to the

cooler very hot, and so the secondary air temperature will be higher.
Controls of secondary air and tertiary air tempera To raise secondary air temp Decrease cooler grate speed Increase clinker bed depth in cooler Increase size of clinker particles Increase amount of clinker Burn closer to the nose ring of the kiln to reduce secondary air temp increase cooler grate speed decrease clinker bed depth in cooler decrease size of clinker particles decrease amount of clinker burn further back in the kiln

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