BSE tools & equipment increase efficiency of your plant while improving safety of the staff and reducing the environmental impact.
engineering and continuous enhancement of BSE tools & equipment are based
on own operational experience at BSW and the feedback of customers worldwide,
resulting in highest availability, reliability and maintainability.
Optimising the electrical energy and adding chemical energy are major steps for maximum efficiency in EAF steel production.
The energy input concept by BSE represents a system family of sidewall and slag door input devices for chemical energy, current conducting electrode arms, hard- and software for measurement, control and analysis plus decades of experience in EAF steel production.
A winning combination that can help you to get the maximum performance out of your EAF and turn cold spots into "hot" production figures.
The oxygen injection tools by BSE are designed to reduce your production costs and enhance your productivity.
Beside oxygen solid material can be injected in order to allow foamy slag operation.
BSE is the inventor and market leader for Lance Manipulators providing efficient, reliable and safe operation.
The Lance Manipulator LM.2 provides in one single device efficient injection of oxygen / solid material plus safe temperature measuring / sample taking.
The proven BSE lance manipulator technology equipped with:
The new burner unit provides additional melting power (6 MW) for decreasing the electrical energy consumption.
The current conducting electrode arms by BSE increase active power input, furnace availability and overall productivity.
BSE offers a wide range of measurement & control tools serving as your "sixth sense" inside the furnace.
The hardware and software solutions help melters and managers with on-the-spot information, early problem detection and precise analysis in order to react immediately on upcoming troubles and to optimise furnace operation on a sustainable level.
The new BSE MultiROB is the future tool for sustainable improvement of work safety in melt shops.
The BSE TempSamp Manipulator (TSM) gives precise information about steel temperature and quality while increasing the safety of operators considerably.
The BSE Delay
Recording System (DRS) is a process analysis tool for steel plants that don’t
have a Level 2 automation system yet. It is operated by the melter at the
furnace and helps in the fight against delay times, thus providing a huge
potential for productivity increase.
Clean and efficient!
Backed by the long standing know-how based on our own steel production, BSE provides analysing tools, engineering and key components for complete offgas systems that improve productivity and cost efficiency – along with strict compliance with environmental legislations.
The Fluid Dynamic Model (FDM) study helps to understand and improve the building ventilation and working conditions.
Using a scaled Plexiglas replica of your melt shop gives an easy, accurate and economical way of simulating the inside shop conditions.
The Fluid Dynamic Model is provided and performed by our subsidiary company BenderCorporation.
BSE provides Computational Fluid Dynamic investigations to look into details of critical items and applications for optimisation of mixing and distribution, pressure drop and local exhaust hoods.
The Computational Fluid Dynamic guarantees a smooth engineering process and highest performance of the designed dedusting systems.
You can only gain the maximum out of your offgas system, if you know what is happening and if you have the tools to control it and adjust it to your needs!
The necessity of utilising the installed offgas system equipment and the available exhaust capacity call for an intelligent and efficient control system.
The heart of the system is the BSE Efficient Dedusting Control (EDC) that collects all information of the offgas system, analyses it and anticipates accordingly.
Optimal for our environment and your efficiency!
The BSE High Temperature Quenching (HTQ) system provides most rapid offgas cooling with highest efficiency.