Three Ways to Optimize Solid Fuel Combustion - Biomass Boilers
A boiler system lives and dies (so to speak) by the flow of fuel into the furnace. Boilers that have the most problems are ones that do not have very good control over how uniform and consistent this flow is. This principle is even more important in
Screw conveyor design is critical in handling biomass. Material handling is significantly different for biomass versus coal gravel and ash applications. Biomass will compress compact and gain strength in compression. Screws are tapered to improve flow characteristics. Boilers Gasifiers
Boiler Control | Combustion Control for Solid & Biomass ...
Improve emissions quality. Reduce fuel consumption. Increase combustion efficiency. Compensate for changes in density moisture content and heat value. Improve operations. Unfortunately many biomass boilers use conventional control strategies that are not designed to deal with the wide variation in
THE PROBLEM: The system is a Weiss Multicraft 995kW biomass boiler which provides heating to 8 poultry sheds. The system had operated for 18 months with no treatment(s) dosed into the system. The major problems were corrosion and fouling with corrosion
Boilers rely on the water to protect the steel boiler tubes from the temperatures in the furnace which greatly exceed the melting point of the tube material. A buildup of deposits inside the tubes will produce an insulating layer which inhibits the ability of the water to remove the heat from the tube.
HEAT ONLY. Biomass boilers. Biomass boilers can be made to run on a single type of biomass - wood pellets wood chips or even sunflower husks but there are also combined ones. Biomass boilers require regular cleaning. Biogas . Biogas function in the same way as natural gas with a difference only in the burner unit. The body is practically the same.
To effectively treat and protect a biomass boiler and the associated system it needs to be dosed with a multipurpose corrosion inhibitor - Xelex XPO (Build Cert Approved) - on installation and charging of the system.