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Dry bottom boiler The term 'Dry bottom boiler' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' No slag tanks at furnace throat area. The throat area is clear. Bottom ash drops through the throat to the bottom ash water hoppers. This design is used where the ash melting temperature is greater than the temperature on the furnace wall, allowing for relatively dry furnace wall conditions'.
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