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A biomass boiler works in a very similar way to conventional boilers, combusting fuel to produce heat that is then used to heat water. Biomass boilers are normally substantially bigger than their fossil fuel-burning brothers though, for a number of reasons.Get A Quote
Biomass needs to be made dense to provide ease of mechanical handling and feeding, uniform combustion in boilers, reduced cost of transportation and ease of storage. The types of dense biomass to choose from are pellets, briquettes or loose biomass that has …Get A Quote
In a typical biomass boiler the biomass surface temperature increases to 130°–160°C during the first couple of milliseconds after its insertion into the furnace. As water is evaporated, starting from the surface, the wet core size decreases.Get A Quote
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