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Transform your Remote Classifier from this...
Coal ribboning, or roping, naturally occurs inside of the remote classifier due to traveling through the mill piping and classifier system. If these ribbons of heavy fuel are allowed to continue thru the upper turret section, they will cause very unbalanced air/fuel ratios and a high deviation of fuel distribution across the discharge pipes.
... to this with the SAS Multi-Outlet Diffuser
The SAS Multi-Outlet Diffuser breaks up these naturally occurring Coal ribbons and creates a homogeneous mixture of fuel and air exiting the top of the Pulverizer and entering the fuel pipes.
SAS Global has learned through extensive modeling, field research, and testing that to correct fuel pipe imbalance the problem must be dealt with at the source – as the coal exits the pulverizer. SAS has developed the Multi-Outlet Diffuser to deal with this challenge. The SAS Multi-Outlet Diffuser system mixes the pulverized coal and air into a homogeneous mixture as it exits the upper turret and enters the individual fuel pipes. A significant improvement in air to fuel ratio between all the fuel piping now allows for the proper usage of an orificing system, if needed, to match the fuel pipe velocities.
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