The Coal Cleaning Plant at Michel, B.C.

CIM Bulletin1934
THE ever changing conditions in the coal-mining industry and the increasing competition of other fuels such as oil, natural gas, wood refuse, etc., have made it imperative that the coal operator be in a position to supply a constantly uniform and clean product. The old idea of putting on the market "anything so long as it's black" no longer holds good. Today's users of fuel have to consider the amount of heat per dollar they obtain from the fuel they buy.
Keywords: Ash, belt conveyor, calcium chloride, CLEAN COAL, Weight Ash, Canadian, Coal, Gravity, mining, Plants, Specific gravity, test, Tests
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