Calciners from Ashoka
The calciner is a treatment facility that uses heat and airflow to turn liquid high-level waste into a solid. Liquid waste sprayed as a fine mist into a heated chamber contains beads the size of coarse sand. The chamber circulates the beads like an air popcorn popper, and the heat evaporates the water from the liquid so it forms coatings on the beads. The continued popcorn popper motion constantly chips the coatings off the beads into flakes. The flakes then travel through transport tubes to storage bins.
Ashoka Gears (Cement Plants Unit)
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