Category: ash handling

How The Properties of Particulates Affect Air Pollution Control

In this post, Ivan Sretenovic, Director of Operations and Sales for ProcessBarron Canada, explains how ProcessBarron’s expertise in various industrial processes and the resulting flue gas particulate properties helps us customize solutions to your industry. Air pollution control solutions (APC) vary by industry, and each industry faces different challenges because… Read More

How to Maximize Efficiency at Your Cement Plant with Vertical Roller Mills and Industry-Leading Maintenance

No matter what industry you are in, reliable, efficient equipment has always been among the most valued assets. With the right products and proper maintenance, your business can increase productivity while lowering operational costs.  Using a vertical roller mill (VRM) to grind cement ingredients is a terrific example. Read on… Read More

Overcoming Challenges with Fly Ash Handling

Fly ash handling is an essential process in any coal-fired or biomass power plant due to stringent environmental regulations – not to mention the need to maintain general plant efficiency. Designing an appropriate fly ash handling system can be difficult without experience and qualified engineers. There are several challenges that… Read More

The Logistics of Fly Ash Removal Systems

Generally speaking, fly ash is the ash that has gone through the boiler furnace and steam generating bank sections. It is collected beneath the equipment in downstream hoppers, such as the air heater, economizer, precipitator, dust collector, baghouse, and so forth. Let’s take a closer look at how fly ash… Read More

Finding New Uses for Coal Ash

Over the past eight years – beginning with a coal ash spill in Kingston, TN, in 2008 – there have been numerous incidents involving coal ash that made its way into the environment. Part of the reason is that many facilities have no use for coal ash, so they must… Read More