chain grate biomass boiler supplies
July 26, 2016, Beijing, China Everbright Paper Co., Ltd. and the company signed a "split 6 tons of steam condensing gas steam chain grate biomass boiler supplies contract" by the company responsible for the WNS6-1.25-YQ split condensing gas boiler steam to all production, installation and commissioning work. The product is the use of condensing technology, effective emission of harmful substances SOx, NOx, COx, is industrial boilers efficient and environmentally friendly solutions.
In recent years, CBM has seized the opportunity of the “One Belt, One Road” initiative and cooperated with cross-border e-commerce to continuously increase the development of overseas markets. CBM's products have been sold to more than 80 countries and regions around the world, and the brand influence of CBM is expanding. In Mongolia, CBM's chain grate chain grate biomass boiler suppliess, fast-assembling oil and gas boilers, and biomass chain-type grate boilers are popular because of their sufficient output, excellent performance, and environmentally-friendly efficiency.
Presently, Environmental protection has attracted worldwide attention. all the country start to efforts in environmental protection, and the chain grate biomass boiler supplies 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.
what is chain grate chain grate biomass boiler supplies
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.