Submerged chain conveyors are an ideal solution for pulp and paper mills, waste to energy facilities or coal fired electric power plants They are able to move 24 m to 37 m (8 to 12 feet) on up to a 35 degree incline to dewater material efficiently...
A simplified submerged chain conveyor system for handling ash produced by large-scale coal fired boilers. The system incorporates an endless chain conveyor system moving a coal/ash aqueous mixture within a conveyor segment having a hydraulically closed duct. The system is adapted for retrofit applications of existing coal-fired boiler installations.
Howden s Submerged Chain Conveyor design is based on over 700 installations world wide operating on a wide variety of fuels and under many boiler designs Chat With Sales 187 vanadium submerged chain conveying s submerged chain conveyors are used to collect cool and dewater bottom ash at the boiler discharge More .
Submerged Scraper Chain Conveyor for ash and slag transport. Submerged Scraper Chain Conveyors are designed for extinguishing, cooling and dust-proof conveying of ash, slag and other combustion residues. Their gas-tight design prevents the escape of vapours and dust, and at the same time, they effectively inhibit the inflow of outside air
Submerged Scraper Conveyors (SSC) are generally used for ash removal below the coal fired boilers of large power plants. They generally use a two-chain conveying system, with a driving station using sprockets (toothed or pocket wheel type) and the chain guided by intermediate and reverse wheels following the path required for conveying the bulk material.
bottom-carry, submerged drag chain conveyors. No ash transport water is used, which meets the ELG requirement for closed loop or zero discharge of water. And it’s designed around your equipment, reducing conversion costs by retaining existing ash hoppers and boiler seal plates. Our SGC system offers flexibility in design to avoid disruption
Submerged chain conveyors are usually positioned under the furnace outlets in order to collect hot ashes. The ashes are cooled by water and conveyed along the horizontal section of the conveyor; then, along the sloping section. Thanks to the slow speed of the chain, the water is drained and the material is conveyed outside.
The Submerged Flight Conveyor (SFC) is a proven bottom ash handling system and the most cost-effective compared with other alternatives. Designed for use with most boiler types, this type of system has become the most common bottom ash handling system since the mid-1990s.
CICSA is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of chain systems for bulk material handling solutions, focusing on round steel link chains, mechanical chains and forged chains, as well as turnkey bucket elevators and chain conveyors.
Conveyor Chain. On inclined conveyors the chain will need to be hauled up using a block and tackle, 'Tirfor' or winch (Fig 1) Care should be taken to make sure that the chain is always restrained and cannot run back On twin strand conveyors with slats/buckets etc, where access is available at the end of the conveyor, the chain