Dry Bottom Boiler And Wet Bottom Boiler Definition

Dry Bottom Boiler Definition

Dry Bottom Boiler

                                         Dry Bottom Boiler

A dry bottom boiler – The burner fires in the base of the boiler and it warms beneath the water some portion of the boiler. No slag tanks at heater throat zone. The throat range is clear. Base fiery remains drop through the throat to the base powder water containers.

This plan is utilized where the slag dissolving temperature is more noteworthy than the temperature on the heater divider, taking into account generally dry heater divider conditions.

Our Dry Bottom Boiler Model : Intech Boiler

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Wet Bottom Boiler Defination

                                                            Wet Bottom Boiler

Wet Bottom Boiler Definition

Wet base boiler is a boiler that contains a wet base heater. It is a sort of boiler utilized for pummeled fuel terminating. In the wet bottom boiler, the base fiery debris is kept in a liquid state and tapped off as a fluid.

Wet bottom boiler slag is a term that portrays the liquid state of the fiery debris as it is drawn from the base of the slag-tap or violent wind heaters.

A wet bottom boiler – The burner fires in the base of the boiler and it warms above, at, and underneath the water some portion of the boiler (this is a greatly improved warmth exchange evaporator outline than that of a dry base)

Our Wet Bottom Boiler Model : SaveMax

 

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