Stamping Charging Pushing Machine (SCPM)

HuDe SCP Machines are designed for unmanned operation with state-of-the-Art technology in the fields of automation, operational reliability and low maintenance. With a two-spot machine operation, HuDe machines are equipped with new wireless, radio-based chamber wall temperature measurement systems at three levels and an automatic bulk density for the coal cake. With remote maintenance units, HuDe SCP’s are equipped with a data logging system.

In general, the SCP machine has three functions Stamping, Charging, Pushing for the function of stamping the coal cake, to charge the ready stamped coal cake, and to push the ready carbonized coke. Guaranteeing maximum bulk density and minimal risk for coal cake damages, HuDe machines are also equipped with accurate automatic positioning system for the Coke oven machines.


Charging Car (CC)

HuDe Charging Car technology, which is totally automated, represents the state-of-the-art coke oven machine technology in the field of filling process, zero emissions, efficiency, operational reliability and maintenance. Being totally automated, the charger is controlled by a PLC system in all modes.

he basic functions fulfilled by it include: lifting of the oven lid, charging of the oven chamber, actuating the standpipe lid and high pressure valve, cleaning of the oven lid frame, cleaning of the oven lid, luting the oven lid and charging hole cleaner. It also provides for a volumetric oven filling.

Coke Guide Car

The Coke guide car is designed as a one spot machine and is equipped with all systems and components required for unmanned operation. It includes the following operations: Oven identification system, automatic spotting system, VVVF control; plc Connection; track-end protection system and anti-collision system.

Following through the main operational functions, the Coke Guide Car machine cleans the coke battery side platform with the Vacuum cleaner from dirt and coke waste. The signal transfer and handling to and from all coke oven machines will be realized in the automation package.

Coke Transfer Car (CTC)

Combined with a guiding car and a roof service car, the CTC machine is equipped with all systems and components required for unmanned operation with HDC; automatic spotting system, automatic speed , glass fiber optical cable, track end protection system, anti-collision system.

The mechanical equipment include platform, walkways, stairs, travelling bogie and drive, cabins (Steel wall construction), operator cabin, electric cabin, cabin for fluid technique.

Coke Gas Transfer Car

The basic function of a CGT system is the High Pressure Liquor Aspiration System, water sealing system, sealing frame and service functioning AP-cleaning. An optimal function of the Gas Transfer System requires a central coordination PLC at the central control room and data logging and transfer system,

By utilizing the escaping charging gases in the by-product plant (BPP), the CGT system proves to be an advantage. Thus, no emissions  from the Gas Transfer Device on the oven top (U-Tubes) concern the charging gases created during the charging process.

Quenching Locomotive (QL)

The basic function of the Quenching Loco is to pull or push the following quenching car and/or bucket cars with load of hot coke from one oven to the quenching tower/or CDQ for the dry quenching process. They also take the hot cake to the emergency quenching unit.

The Quenching Loco operates the Quenching car and/or Bucket Car. The power supply of the loco is realized by conductor rails. In addition, the loco is equipped with power plugs to receive electric power with the help of a power cable.

Quenching Car

The quenching car fits with its outer dimensions and whole structural clearance to the infrastructure of the Coke Plant. The quenching car has no own drive system, but is accelerated and decelerated by an existing loco. Braking of quenching car and loco happens in a synchronized matter using a pneumatically operated system, which is activated by the quenching loco.

The quenching car is designed to run on the quench track along the discharge side of the oven battery in order to handle the pushed coke. Being a non-driven unit, all necessary supplies and controls for the quenching car a are done via the quench loco.

Bucket and Bucket Car

The bucket-car is tailored in engineering to the hot coke bucket design structure as a non – driven unit. Maximum two bucket-cars can be lined up to a train, moved and controlled by the quench loco. All necessary medium and controls for the bucket-car are supplied from the quench loco by flexible couplings. The connectors and cable links are designed for the harsh environmental conditions of the coke plant.

The hot coke is carried by round special buckets. With the average coke bulk weight an oven pushes to a certain amount of hot coke, giving it a certain bulk volume. The bucket volume is designed for a similar capacity of hot coke, filling up the complete cylindrical bucket part. During overtaking of hot coke the bucket is rotating in order to achieve a good coke distribution inside. Emptying of the bucket at the CDQ is done by opening two flaps at the bucket bottom.