chain grate stoker

chain grate stoker

[′chān ‚grāt ‚stōk·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A wide, endless chain used to feed, carry, and burn a noncoking coal in a furnace, control the air for combustion, and discharge the ash.
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The middle years saw development of the Chain Grate Stoker and thousands of old Lancashire type boilers were converted by Danks of Oldbury.