Schmidt + Clemens GmbH + Co. KG

Postfach 1140, 51779 Lindlar
Kaiserau 2, 51789 Lindlar
Germany
Telephone +49 2266 92-0
Fax +49 2266 370
info@schmidt-clemens.de

Hall map

THERMPROCESS 2019 hall map (Hall 9): stand E03

Fairground map

THERMPROCESS 2019 fairground map: Hall 9

Contact

Lars Niemczewski

Phone
+49 22 66 92-333

Email
l.niemczewski@schmidt-clemens.de

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Industrial Furnaces, Industrial Heat Treatment Plants and thermal processes for
  • 01.01  Precious Metals
  • 01.01.02  Heat treating
  • 01  Industrial Furnaces, Industrial Heat Treatment Plants and thermal processes for
  • 01.02  Ores
  • 01.02.01  Calicinating
  • 01  Industrial Furnaces, Industrial Heat Treatment Plants and thermal processes for
  • 01.02  Ores
  • 01.02.02  Reducing

Our products

Product category: Heat treating, Calicinating, Reducing

Solutions for Steam Crackers

Our products - tailor-made for your specific requirements

The formation of coke in a typical Steam Cracker environment is an inevitable and complex phenomenon. Because of the pyrolysis reaction, thermally insulating hydrocarbon is deposited on the tube walls, so reducing the effective cross-sectional area. To ensure a constant mass flow through the plant, the furnace temperature must be raised continuously. Regular decoking of the furnaces is therefore necessary.
However, this problem can be reduced by selecting the proper tube metallurgy, such as Centralloy® ET-45 Micro or Centralloy® HT-E. These alloys are the universally preferred choice especially for “hot” outlet passes and with their carefully controlled specific additions can produce a dense and ”self-healing” oxide layer. This is especially effective in limiting coke formation and subsequent carburisation thereby increasing the overall Furnace performance and extending the Radiant Coil life.

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Product category: Heat treating, Calicinating, Reducing

Solutions for Steam Reformers

Our products - tailor-made for your specific requirements

The Furnace, could rightly been stated, is at the “heart” of every Syngas process plant and forms an integral part of it. In all cases, the Reformer Radiant Section contains several hundred vertically oriented straight centrifugally cast tubes, commonly known as Reformer- or Catalyst-Tubes. Reaction gases at 450 - 650°C and pressures of 30 to 45 bar(g) are led through the reformer tubes that are filled with catalyst and heated to 800 - 900°C. This makes the tubes especially susceptible to so-called material creep.
Experience shows that Reformer Tube Assemblies, produced by centrifugal casting in heat-resistant materials, are in the very best position to withstand the ever increasing rigorous operational conditions. S+C has been incorporating the latest improvements and innovations in the design of new tube materials. This improved alloy, our Centralloy® G 4852 Micro R material has been introduced and put into service in several operating plants in 2005, already. Since then S+C supplied Reformer Tubes in Centralloy® G 4852 Micro R material for many major projects around the world, with the thinnest tube wall possible and it is understood that tube life is expected to last longer and perform more reliable under adverse conditions such as a high number of start-up / shut-downs, overheating, hot spots due to catalyst performance.

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Product category: Heat treating, Calicinating, Reducing

Solutions for Direct Reduction Reformers

Our products - tailor-made for your specific requirements

Schmidt+Clemens is the Market leader for centrifugally cast tubes for DRI thanks to the trust of many customers around the world, which has allowed us to provide more than 18.000 assemblies since 1986. Our leading position is the result of: 

High metallurgical product quality, ensured by our stringent quality systems, which constitutes the basis for achieving the required product performance and lifetime.

Highly efficient manufacturing methods including unique melting, machining and welding techniques, as the result of a major ongoing investment program in manufacturing development.

Product improvement boosted by specialists in our R&D departments, who are responsible for developing new materials with the specific objective of meeting the most demanding requirements. 

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