Innoweld is specialized and experienced in engineering, fabricating and exchanging effluent chambers of industrial steam reformers within ammonia and hydrogen plants. We provide the full scope of service and support which is needed for a successful and fast execution of such a replacement project.
Effluent chambers are used in plants from KBR plants (former Kellogg Brown & Root) as an outlet system of the primary reformer and connect the 12 riser transition assemblies with the secondary reformer. The radiation zone of the primary reformer of such an ammonia and hydrogen plant is very critical because it heats up the process gas to over 800°C within the reformer tubes by using gas burners. To resist these conditions, the effluent chamber consists of the following parts:
We provide the following services for the replacement of an effluent chamber:
Installation: For the installation of a newly-fabricated effluent chamber we can assist by sending our supervisors to coordinate the installation at site and securing the quality of the installation. Furthermore, our welders and fitters who work with this critical high alloy and high temperature-resistant materials every day can be sent to speed up the installation and to avoid expensive delays or repairs.
Due to the fact that the exchange of an effluent chamber is an event that occurs only once in decades, we can support you with our experience and our technical knowledge on every area of the revamping project. We know the state-of-the-art materials, the appropriate testing methods and how the installation can be performed. Our individual approach for every project makes sure that the newly-delivered effluent chamber and the exchange is a technical and commercial success for your company. Our sales team is looking forward to your request.