Ash scraper transporter - mechanism design to transport ash generated in the furnace or flue gas cleaning equipment. Scraper transporter is fed with ash by furnace hydraulic ash removal system or screw transporters from flue gas cleaning systems and transported to ash containers.
*Depends on transporter configuration (length, rising part length, angle)
Ash container - a device for storage and transportation of bulk materials. The material flows through the spout and is placed directly in the middle of the container or dispensed with the help of a screw. Container meets the standards and can only be operated with proper transport. Materials are removed from the container using tipping doors and transport.
Ash screw transporter - is a mechanism that uses a rotating helical screw blade that is places within a tube, to move liquid or granular materials. Screw conveyors in modern industry are often used horizontally or at a slight incline as an efficient way to move semi-solid materials, including food waste, wood chips, aggregates, boiler ash and many others.
Ash distributor is a device used to direct the vertical (gravity) flow of bulk materials in one of two possible directions. Suitable materials: dry ash, wet ash.
The device is controlled by a gear or a cylinder. The ash enters through the upper part of the housing and, depending on the position of the valve, exits through one of the two outlets at the bottom.
Ash dispenser – device is mostly used with flue gas cleaning equipment. Ash dispenser acts like a seal in ash discharge point in such equipment as multicyclones or electrostatic precipitators. It periodically discharges a small amount of ash into ash transporter or storage container.
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