Biomass is a renewable energy source. Unlike fossil fuels such as coal needs take a long time to get. Biomass energy can be quickly obtained from agriculture and forestry, while biomass is considered to be carbon neutral energy. Biomass boilers can use these biomass energy sources to provide demand for different businesses.
Various agricultural and forestry waste, including agricultural biomass, wood, bark, agave fiber, rice husk, chicken manure, sugar cane bagasse, king grass, MSW, construction debris, nuts, shells, husks, paper, card/board products, hog fuel , sawdust, shavings, and/or sludge. These materials are used as biomass fuels for direct combustion or indirect use after different levels of processing. In general, biomass boilers use processed fuel.
Direct combustion of biomass produces a large amount of soot, various pollutants, and pollutes the environment, which is contrary to the original intention of using biomass fuel. Biomass boilers use processed biomass. The fast-assembled biomass boilers produced by ZG boiler can use a variety of shaped biomass pellets or co-firing with coal. DHL series corner tube biomass boilers can be produced using biomass pellets and bulk materials. Biomass fluidized bed boilers can use biomass pellets, leather waste, distiller's grains, stems, and the like. Biomass power station boilers can use biomass such as straw, rice husk, palm shell, and peanut shell to meet the needs of various enterprises for centralized heating, large-scale power generation, and cogeneration.