ash collector

ash collector

[′ash kə′lek·tər]
(engineering)
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inches of cooking surface, a sturdy storage shelf and a large-capacity, easily removable ash collector.
For an ex-Scout, it was like walking into campfire heaven - kindling and logs ready to get you started, all the pots, pans, plates, bowls and cutlery you could ever need, and even a special ash collector so you don't have to worry too much about cleaning up the mess.
To reduce the erosive wear of the economizer (ECO) in the flue gas pass after the convective super heater, a specially designed high-temperature ash collector was mounted.
An even smaller amount of total ash was discharged in the inertia ash collectors located in the SH and ECO ducts: 9% and 13%, respectively.
However, according to these data, an increase was observed in the amounts of bottom ash and fly ash discharged at inertia ash collectors located in the SH and ECO ducts.
Tesco's Charcoal barbecue doesn't have a condiments rack, lid or ash collector but, for food appearance and flavour, it scored as highly as the professional's pounds 89 Living Charcoal Kettle Grill.
The firebowl is deep enough to hold lots of charcoal or logs and the slide-out ash collector makes it easy to clean.
It's easy to clean with its removable ash collector, and is made from non-rust stainless steel.