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Effects of decreasing the air temperature rise during the on-cycle of a burner in a forced air downdraft tobacco stick-kiln. (Preliminary report)



Effects of decreasing the air temperature rise during the on-cycle of a burner in a forced air downdraft tobacco stick-kiln. (Preliminary report)



Effects of decreasing the air temperature rise during the on cycle of a burner in a forced air downdraft tobacco stick kiln Preliminary report: 18



The volume of natural gas entering the burner of a downdraught stick-kiln was reduced to restrict the rise in air temp. during the on-cycle of the burner. The objective was to prevent green fixation and reddening of the tobacco in the upper tiers of the kiln. Results indicated that the rise in air temp. was significantly reduced by decreasing the fuel input to the burner but that cured tobacco quality was not improved.

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