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Coke Conveyor

Coke is produced by heating coal in the absence of air. It is then water quenched and transferred to the blast furnace by conveyor, to provide fuel for the reduction of iron ores to iron. Any unquenched hot spots in the coke can damage the conveyor and must be quenched.

Monitoring coke on the conveyor protects the conveyor from the risk of hot inclusions reigniting coke, which could damage the belt and lead to costly lost production.

Fast-response detection of small hot spots in the coke on the conveyor belt prevents damage to plant equipment and costly process shutdowns. Alarm outputs can trigger an automated fire suppression response, for added safety.

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