50 tph biomass fired boiler for heating industry

Each 50 tph biomass fired boiler for heating industry will generate 250 tons/hour of low-pressure steam for the alumina refinery; however, the design allows for conversion to high-pressure steam generation for the future addition of a steam turbine for electricity generation.Coal or biomass will be the primary and backup fuels, respectively.

Decreasing CO2 emissions by installing a biomass fired 50 tph biomass fired boiler for heating industry instead of a gas fired boiler to meet the heat demands of a new paper machine at a pulp and paper mill in China. With the project, the use of ash as fertilizer in agriculture and forestry as well as the implementation of alternative ways to give value to biomass residues such as sludge from the pulp and paper production are being promoted, and local jobs are being created.

Recently, the party's fast Heli De H2800 50 tph biomass fired boiler for heating industry successful Jingdong headquarters procurement project. He Lide H2800 party fast adoption of new environmental protection industry leading combustion technology - premix combustion, fuel and air through precise regulation and control to achieve precise ratio, can ensure complete mixing of gas and air, burning more fully. The new technique Ultraten heat exchange elements - wings pipe, is a unique fast side. A unique built-tearing groove design, compared with ordinary heat transfer tubes, the heat transfer area can be increased 5-fold, greatly enhance the heat transfer rate, to strengthen the central flue of the disturbance, so that heat transfer efficiency is better, more energy efficiency .

Formation mechanisms of the fly ash and bottom ash during circulating fluidised bed combustion of a bituminous coal and two solid biomass fuel were studied experimentally. The biomass fuels were forest residue and willow. The experiments ere carried out at full scale 50 tph biomass fired boiler for heating industrys. As a result, the main ash formation mechanisms are presented for coal and biomass combustion.