Top 5 Causes of Boiler Slag
From the beginning of the steam production industry to present day, boiler slag remains a perennial problem for thermal power plant operators. As coal and other fuels combust, molten ash and incombustible byproducts will eventual cool and form a layer of slag which sticks to furnace components such as waterwalls and areas around outlets.
This article looks at some of the causes of Boiler Slag.
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