Pengaruh Kecepatan Udara pada Tungku Peleburan Limbah Logam Rumah Sakit menggunakan Blower Sentrifugal
Keywords:Hospital metal waste, Blower, Lpg, AFR
AbstractThe amount of medical waste sourced from health facilities is estimated to increase over time. Where the hospital metal waste smelting furnace can be used as a solution to overcome medical metal waste. The system used in this furnace is smelting which comes from mixing Lpg gas as fuel and air from the blower. Using 3 variations as a benchmark to find variations in the air and fuel mixture so that smelting can be carried out very efficiently, where the variations are 13:1, 17:1 and 21:1. The result of this research is that the smelting furnace with a ratio of air and gas Lpg 17:1 is the best AFR ratio. Hospital waste melts the longest for 97.37 minutes using an AFR variation of 21:1 m/s while the fastest one uses an air velocity variation of 17:1 m/s with a melting time of 58.06 minutes. The maximum temperature for melting this waste is 1165 C. The consumption of Lpg gas in one combustion at a ratio of 17:1 is the least Lpg consumption with 1.16 Kg per one time of smelting. Where at a ratio of 17:1, the most waste can be smelted at one time refueling Lpg 5.5 Kg, namely 1.18 Kg per one time refilling Lpg 5.5 Kg.
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