Stainless steel chimneys usages & advantages

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Stainless steel chimneys can be used in many areas, such as:
Gas emissions of central air conditioning freezer;
Boiler gas emissions;
Emission of cooking fumes from restaurant kitchens;
Emission of exhaust gases from various industrial process treatment equipment, etc.

The double-layer stainless steel chimney has the advantages of being lightweight, corrosion resistant, having long service life, good heat insulation and heat insulation performance, beautiful appearance, and easy to load and unload. The effect is excellent.

The double-layer stainless steel chimney is a segmented combination structure that can be flexibly combined in all directions to form pipes and chimneys. The basic structure of each component consists of an inner and outer cylinder. An annular interlayer is formed between the inner and outer cylinders, which can be filled with thermal insulation materials for the thermal insulation of the Parker filter element. Its air interlayer can also be used for occasions with low thermal insulation requirements.

The inner layer of the double-layer stainless steel chimney is made of 304 or 316 stainless steel, and the outer layer is made of 304 stainless steel. The maximum temperature of the discharge medium can reach 760 ℃, and the pressure resistance is 0.15MPa.

The flange connects each component at the end of the inner cylinder. The unique connection method makes the product installation convenient and fast without welding. Compared with installing the traditional chimney, the two-layer stainless steel chimney can significantly shorten the construction time and reduce the cost.