A biomass power station boiler is an energy conversion device whose main function is to convert chemical energy in fuel into heat energy. A biomass thermal power station is a power plant in which biomass energy is converted to electric power. Water is heated, steam is produced in biomass boilers and it rotate the steam turbine which drive electrical generator. After it passes through the turbine, the steam is condensed in condenser. And recycled where it was heated.
ZBG biomass power plant boilers types:
ZBG circulating fluidized bed (CFB) boiler combines high-efficiency combustion of various solid fuels with low emissions, even when burning fuels with completely different calorific values at the same time. The capacity range of cfb boilers from 10 to 280 ton/hr. The main advantage of the ZBG cfb boiler is its superb fuel flexibility. The boiler adopts CFB technology, the circulating bed material flows together with flue gas through the furnace, after which it is separated from the gas and returned back to the lower part of the furnace with cyclones.
ZBG biomass chain grate boilers use a travelling grate with a spreader feed system. Biomass fuel from fuel storage bin and the fuel is unpacked through the belt conveyor, and fed into the boiler through the feeder and water-cooling sleeve. In the boiler, some fuel is fired on the grate and the other fuels is suspended and burned in the furnace. The fuel burns out over a certain time releasing its energy into the flue gas. The hot flue gasses then pass through to the superheater, evaporator and economizer section of the boiler. The steam is used to mechanically turn a turbine, which in turn spins a generator to produce electricity.