horizontal biomass boiler for textile factory
March 22 to 23, Ganzhou City, Jiangxi Province Bureau of Quality Supervision established party leadership team, the progress of the 2018 phase-out of coal-fired horizontal biomass boiler for textile factorys to conduct random work. Leading group led by Liu Ping, deputy director of Ganzhou City, Municipal Quality Supervision Bureau, the Municipal Industry and Information Commission, the Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau and the Municipal Development and Reform Commission composed of four departments jointly checks group within Xinfeng County of Ganzhou City, Nankang District, Jiangxi counties and carried out spot checks Yudu County coal-fired boilers working-out of a total of 17 companies.
Sampling results show that 17 companies, more than 10 companies to complete phase-out of coal-fired boilers, the other seven unfinished business executives also said that this year will be to complete the rectification work before December 20.
In this sampling event, checks the group also proposed rectification direction of the coal-fired boilers for local authorities: by strengthening the policy advocacy, strengthening inter-site inspectors guidance and strengthen departmental interaction, the three parties work together to ensure the timely completion of this non-compliance within Ganzhou coal-fired boiler out of the task.
Biomass fired:biomass include rice husk , bagasse, mustard stalk, cotton stalk, rice husk, coffee grounds, de-oiled bran, wood chips, roasted chaff, lignite, paper sludge, coal,corn cob, spent grain and so on for a 30 ton circulating fluidized bed horizontal biomass boiler for textile factory.Biomass fired circulating fluidized bed boiler is better than other fuel in energy saving and protecting environment.
Biomass Fuel for process horizontal Steam Boilers
Using Biomass fuel for Process horizontal Steam Boilers Technical Report shows if the moisture content is too low for a given boiler design, combustion temperatures will increase and potentially cause problems with both flue emissions and ash-melting behaviour. Wood ash typically melts only above 1300 C, but other herbaceous fuels have ash-melting temperatures of ~ 1100 C. At excessive combustion temperatures, ash particles will condense on boiler tubes, heat exchangers and other boiler components and lead to corrosion or other irreparable damage to boiler parts.
Biomass fuels are extremely variable in terms of heating value, moisture content, and other factors that affect combustion. Wood and most other biomass fuels are composed primarily of cellulose and moisture. As discussed previously, the high proportion of moisture is significant because it acts as a heat sink during the combustion process. The latent heat of evaporation depresses flame temperature, taking heat energy away from steam production, and contributing to the difficulty of efficiently burning biomass fuels. Cellulose, in addition to containing the chemical energy released in combustion, contains fuel-bound oxygen. This oxygen decreases the theoretical air requirements for combustion and, accordingly, the amount of nitrogen included in the products of combustion. Wood fired steam horizontal biomass boiler for textile factory adopts three pass structure in designs to enhance heating combustion effect.