charging door

charging door

A door to an incinerator through which waste is passed into the combustion chamber.
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Mechanize the feeding of dry powdered or granular materials where possible, and avoid charging them through the open mixer charging door.
Properly designed and maintained, these systems help insure that the liquid additive all gets into the chamber, and avoids coating the charging door surface with sticky substances that impede the adequate charging of other ingredients.
The 2012 Prius Plug-in is distinguished from the standard Prius model by exclusive exterior trim, including chrome-like finish for the door handles, front grille, rear license plate garnish and the battery charging door.
All additions are made at the rear of the furnace through the charging door.
When put directly into the melt in a reverberatory furnace, the grain refiner should be added into the dip well, rather than at the charging door with the charge material.
Last year, charging door fees was banned in Edinburgh after complaints that pubs were taking advantage of the festive season.
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For example, when cold ingot has been placed on an exterior furnace ledge with the charging door left slightly open to facilitate preheat, the rate of condensation may be rapid enough to allow water to drip onto the floor and puddle on the ingot surface.
Improve safety by sounding an alarm before actuation of ram or charging door.
One cone houses the oxy-gas burner and the other contains the charging door.
The melt charge, consisting of metal, limestone and coke, is introduced through a charging door located above the air inlets.