ash conveyor

ash conveyor

[′ash kən′vā·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A device that transports refuse from a furnace by fluid or mechanical means.
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During improvement of the stretcher by strengthening the construction, ash unloading from the furnace was carried out by the second ash conveyor, and it was recommended to decrease boiler load by 10-15%.
Max Wallis, spokesman for the FoE branch, said: "We want an explicit condition to require timely construction of the ash conveyor alternative, now that the company's feasibility study has proved it is practicable.
It is then pushed out onto an ash conveyor, which delivers the ash to a grizzly scalper building and the ash residue building.