The Importance of Controlling and Handling Fly Ash

Posted on March 9, 2021

Fly ash is the residual product that rises with flue gases during combustion. Millions of tons of fly ash are produced in the U.S. every year. Once a material is pulverized, it is blown with air into the boiler’s combustion chamber, where it ignites, generates heat and creates a molten mineral residue. Boiler tubes extract […]

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Conveyor Chute Spillage

Posted on November 11, 2020

Five Leading Reasons and How to Resolve Them Conveyor chutes are vital to bulk material handling. At the same time, just about every bulk material handler has had to contend with issues related to conveyor chute spillage, such as risks to safety, health and compliance; slowed production; lost material; and extra housekeeping and maintenance costs. […]

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Custom-Engineered Transfer Chutes: Making the Most of Your Material Flow

Posted on October 30, 2019

Your plant likely has its own material handling challenges and demands. In particular, if inefficient mechanical conveying ever becomes an issue, it can result in a lot of extra maintenance; troublesome pluggage, spillage and fugitive dust emissions; and potential damage from loading impact. All of this creates mounting O&M costs while raising risk and wearing […]

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