how to select biomass boiler
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Presently, Environmental protection has attracted worldwide attention. all the country start to efforts in environmental protection, and the how to select biomass boiler industry has also affected by this situation, The environmental protection standards in various regions are not uniform, causing problems to customers in use, replacement or purchase. Therefore, we analyzes the above three types boilers, gas boilers, biomass boilers and coal-fired boilers.
Palm kernel shell fired how to select biomass boiler for sale supplied by ZBG is a type of biomass fired boiler which mainly takes palm kernel shell as its fuels and palm kernel shells (or PKS) are the shell fractions left after the nut has been removed after crushing in the Palm Oil mill. Kernel shells are a fibrous material and can be easily handled in bulk directly from the product line to the end use. Large and small shell fractions are mixed with dust-like fractions and small fibres. ZG Boiler is the palm kernel shell fired boiler manufacturer in China with more than 70 years’ history and we have identified ASME and IBR certificates which are our guarantee to supply customers products with advanced technology, high quality, excellent service.
ZG as rice husk CFB how to select biomass boiler power plant manufacturer in China with 70 years experience start the year of 1945. Rice husk fluidized bed boilers are the most recent type of boiler developed for solid fuel combustion. The primary driving force for development of fluidized bed combustion is reduced SO2 and NOx emissions from coal combustion. As the CFB boiler technology developed, it became apparent that the process could efficiently burn biomass and other low-grade fuels that are difficult or impractical to burn with conventional methods.