The hot gases formed as a result of combustion pass through the combustion chamber, which we call the first pass, and are carried to the front part, which turns towards the second smoke pipes. Gases passing through the front smoke box are collected here and directed to the cyclone. After leaving the cyclone, it passes to the chimney and is thrown out from there. Since it works with the top burning principle, coal burns completely and pollutes the environment at a minimum rate.
The feed water of the boiler is prepared in the front furnace and this high temperature water is sent to the boiler. In this way, a rapid steam generation occurs.
The main components of the system are the hull, the loading and hull helix, the coal silo, the reducers turning the helixes, the fresh air fan. Combustion takes place in the part we call the boat. The part that provides the transportation of coal to the boat is the boat helix, the part that carries the coal to the silo is the loading spiral.
Since the fuel is loaded to the boiler through a spiral, combustion takes place from below. Since a complete combustion takes place, unburned coal particles do not spread to the environment.