biomass wood boiler for chemical industry
February 21, spring day, the CPPCC Standing Committee, vice chairman of China Zhi Gong Dang, Deputy Secretary-General, Mr. Jiang Zuojun director of the Central Monitoring Committee accompanied by relevant leaders of Anyang, fast Boiler visit the company headquarters and to carry out research. Jiang Zuojun first visited the company's R & D Center Exhibition Hall, a detailed briefing accompanied by Mr. Luhai Gang's Group President. Mr. Jiang Zuojun listened carefully to the President on various aspects of History and products, production technology, market applications and so on.
Overview of Bagasse Fired Steam Boiler
Bagasse fired steam boiler takes bagasse as its fuel is a new type biomass steam boiler, and it can also take firewood,rice husks, straw, corn cob and other biomass energy as its fuels. It has a flexible fuel adjustment, not only the biomass energy, but also all other solid energy such as coal can be its fuel.
An clients from Bolivia, contacted with our service staff online, he wanted to know the price of 5 ton biomass steam biomass wood boiler for chemical industry burning sunflower husks. Our Bolivia client owned a food factory which needs 5 ton steam per hour in food process. Then, our sales manager contacted with him online, and got more details about his requirements of this 5 ton sunflower husks biomass boiler. In details, our clients wanted to burn sunflower husks and coal together. This is a good idea. Because only burning sunflower husks, the boiler can not reach to a high point in thermal transferring process on fire at once. But with coal fuel and husks mixed, this chain grate boiler can soon improve burning efficiency on fire stage.
what is chain grate biomass wood boiler for chemical industry
Grate firing has been the most commonly used firing method for combusting solid fuels in small and medium-sized furnaces since the beginning of the industrialization. Coal, waste and biomass fuels are usually burned in grate boiler. In the chain boiler, the coal is moved backward from the front of the grate, and the air from the bottom up to the furnace, and as the furnace is constantly moving backwards, the fire, combustion, burning and other stages occur in sequence. Traveling or chain grate stokers feed coal out onto a rotating metal belt that supports the fire. Solid fuel is fed from a hopper. Grate speed is automatically controlled to maintain desired steam pressure. Burning progresses as the belt moves from front to back of furnace. Combustion is essentially complete at the back end of belt, and ash is dumped off into an ash pit there.