We fabricate different products for industrial steam reformer furnaces which are used for the production of hydrogen. The products are specially designed for the occurring high temperatures and to resist hydrogen.
This effluent chamber consists of a liner in alloy 800H, a shell, a refractory and a water jacket. It was designed for temperatures up to 860°C. It is used for the production of hydrogen in a Kellogg plant and was delivered from Innoweld due to a revamp. The purpose of this is taking the reformer gases from the 10 risers to a header, which is going to feed the secondary reformer.
This inlet manifold for a reformer was made out of A 312 Gr.TP347H and is installed in an ammonia plant. It is forwarding the light naphtha to the pigtails and can withstand temperatures up to 640 °C. It was delivered in prefabricated parts together with the relevant piping.
This primary reformer outlet system and the cross collector consist of a Liner with expansion joint, a pressurized shell and a refractory to withstand the temperature. It was fabricated according to Innoweld detail drawings and assembled in our workshop to test the accuracy of fit. It is installed in an Ammonia plant and had a total weight of ~130 tonns.
This pigtails out of austenitic creep resisting steel from a steam methane reformer are responsible to transport the gas from the feed inlet system to the reformer tube and can be seen as a weak link between these two components. There are different designs of pigtails available, depending on the specific reformer.