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Old 04-16-2010, 09:19 PM
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Originally Posted by DrBob View Post
Jack, I understand the need to keep soot from choking up the firebox of the boiler but is there some provision to capture it after it goes up the stack?
I'm learning a lot from your posts.
DrBob

Bob,

On this and about the last 5 or 6 of the economizers that I'll installed, have had nothing between the outlet of the economizers and the stack outlet. If there is lots of soot in the economizer, its going out into the atmosphere thru the stack outlet, when the soot blower is cycled. If its a coal fired or bio-mass fired unit, then there is usually a scrubber and a baghouse with outlet filters.



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