Rob R. wrote:A neighbor of mine had a ton of rice that was on the small side and would cause clinker jams in his KA-6. My dad traded him a ton of buck for the ton of small rice. Dad's EFM ate the rice up fine, and the KA-6 liked the buck. I think the inclined bed stokers are more sensitive to coal sizing and ash fusion temp.
Rob ,I had 2 pallets of very small rice , lots of fines and the 110 digested it ,just had to burn a little extra. I just started a new pallet and it is great , all from the same delivery . Those other 2 pallets must have come from the bottom of the pile or something .