The hot, burned-out slag falls into the water quenching bath of the deslagger. A mechanical discharge mechanism pushes the slag out and, while doing so, presses out most of the entrained water. Evaporation and slag removal cause a steady loss of water. For that reason the water level in the deslagger has to be measured and replenished as required.
Reliable function despite abrasive
Automatic operation ensures optimum level at all times
Level measurement with radar in the wet deslagger
Precise measurement of small level differences
Non-contact measurement unaffected by abrasion
Exact measurement results even with density changes