A waste wood power boiler uses a wet scrubber to remove ash from the boiler system. The water containing unburned carbon (char) and sand with grit is then pumped at a rate of 2,300 GPM to vibratory dewatering screens. The urethane screen panels remove the char and most of the sand and grit from the water. These solids are then moved by conveyor or front end loader to the wood yard. The water is sent to the clarifier system for further solids removal. The unburned carbon is re-injected into the boiler as fuel.
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