biomass high pressure steam boiler
The picture shows the fast boiler processing plant located in the plain areas, plus catch up period is for a residential area of Beijing for the production of low concentration of nitrogen product water tube boiler heating in winter, as scheduled in 2018 to ensure that heating at the same time, to meet the 20 mg / m require extremely low emissions of nitrogen oxides, Beijing air emission standards applicable to other regions 30 mg / cubic meter.
Fluidized bed boilers are the most recent type of boiler developed for solid fuel combustion. And 35 ton coal fired CFB biomass high pressure steam boiler is hot sales in industrial market. As a top steam boiler manufacturer in China, ZG Boiler keeps on technology innovation and development. The primary driving force for development of fluidized bed combustion is reduced SO2 and NOx emissions from coal combustion. As the 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.
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The solid fuel fired and biomass fired boilers are mainly used in hotel, hospital, university, central heating, refineries, utilities, petrochemical, chemical, paper and pulp, steel and iron, food processing, power station, and other major processing industries. Solid fuel boiler is chain grate type boiler burning coal, biomass or mix-firing both. It adopts membrane water wall, with economizer in the rear of boiler. High combustion efficiency, energy saving and low emission. Three-pass tube design incorporating a wet back turnaround that eliminates the need for rear door refractory. Larger steam disengagement area providing high quality steam, larger steam storage capability for quicker response to sudden steam demand. Equipped with PLC-based control system to realize automatic operating in start-up, standby and shutdown control Designed, constructed and stamped in accordance with the requirements of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.