Ceramic / Glass Industry


The drying and firing processes in ceramic production use much energy. Of these processes, the firing process is the greatest energy consumer. Firing is an essential process in the ceramic production process, and heat (combusted exhaust gas, heat when cooling, namely, waste heat) produced in this process is used as a heat source to dry the formed product or as the secondary air for combustion, thus leading to energy conservation.


The drying process in the ceramic industry is the greatest energy consumer second to the firing process. Drying means loss of moisture from the surface of the substance by evaporation, and the drying speed depends on the temperature and humidity.


The firing process uses a kiln featuring great energy consumption, and natural raw materials are used to produce ceramics. It is essential to have a correct understanding about thermal changes during drying, dehydration, decomposition, combination, inversion, vitrification of the porcelain.


Our Industrial Burners are in operations at number of reputed Glass and Ceramic industries. We provide services for “Supervision of installation and commissioning”. Your plant operators can be trained by our experienced service personnel for trouble free running of the equipment.

Comments are closed.