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Steam Generator Shell K7
Köln-Wesseling, Germany

Dampfkessel-Anlage Shell K7
Köln-Wesseling, Germany

Technical Data Reference Sheet

THE TASK

Shell Deutschland Oil GmbH operates a power plant at the Wesseling location for supplying the adjacent refinery with electricity and process steam. To fulfil the new environmental guidelines, two old boilers have been set out of operation and the installation of two new boilers has been planned. Standardkessel Baumgarte was entrusted with the task of constructing the new boilers No. 7 and No. 8 in order to secure the energy supply to the refinery and to dispose the production residues. It was particularly important for Shell to meet its energy requirements from its own production residues in order to save primary fuels.

 

THE SOLUTION

The new boiler No. 7 is mounted on the existing foundations of an old boiler house. The flue gas desulphurisation plant was already provided by the customer for boiler No. 6 and designed for a later extension. Within the scope of the construction of the new building, the new boiler was connected to the existing flue gas desulphurisation plant. The new boiler is designed in vertical construction and operates in natural circulation. The burner system

 

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"In order to meet the demands of a volatile energy market, we have made it our mission to realise our plants with maximum efficiency and high availability."

Detlef Simon

Head of Sales and Marketing

Technical Data

Number of Lines

1

Fuels

Heavy Oil, Production Residues (g+l)

Low Heating Value

39.5 MJ/kg

Fuel Flow

Maximal14 t/h

Rated Thermal Input

Maximal168 MW

Steam Capacity

200 t/h

Steam Pressure

112 bar

Steam Temperature

520 °C

Feed Water Temperature

145 °C

Flue Gas Temperature

upstream FGT165 °C

Operating Permit

17 BImSchV / SVTI

Commissioning

2012

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