To fuel the power plant boilers, chain conveyors must first bring raw coal from the bunkers. Feed belts (distributors) then transport the coal to the coal mill, where it is ground into dust and blown into the boiler.
In order to ensure the fuel supply to the boiler in periods of full load, and especially low load, three redundant measuring systems are employed per feed belt.
Reliable monitoring of chain conveyor loading
Optimal plant operation
Simple installation without mounting system
Non-contact level measurement with radar for monitoring the feed belts to the coal mill
- Non-contact, maintenance-free measurement
- Reliable measurement even with small measuring ranges
- High measurement certainty in spite of intense dust generation
- High operational reliability even on high belt speeds
Measuring range - Distance