Biomass fuels are corn stalks using crops straw, peanut shells, corn cobs, cotton rods, soybean stems, chaff, weeds, twigs, leaves, sawdust, bark and other solid waste as raw material, after crushing, pressing, densification, forming, become Small rod-shaped solid particulate fuel. Particulate fuel is made by squeezing raw materials such as sawdust, straw and the like at a normal temperature using a pressure roller and a ring die. The density of the raw material is generally about 0.6-0.8, the density of the formed particles is greater than 1.1, and the transportation and storage are extremely convenient. Meanwhile, the combustion performance is greatly improved, which brings about certain employment problems and economic benefits.
Common process :
Agricultural forestry raw material collection → Raw material crushing → Raw material drying → Pellet molding → Cooling → Screening → Bagging
The characteristics of biofuels; Molded particulate fuel, the proportion of large, small size, fire-resistant, easy to store and transport.After forming the density of 1.1-1.5. Calorific value of up to 3400 ~ 4800 kcal, is a high volatile solid fuel, less sulfur.
The use of biomass fuels Pellet fuel after molding is a new type of bio-energy, it can replace wood, coal, fuel, liquefied petroleum gas, etc., are widely used in heating, domestic stoves, hot water boilers, industrial boilers, biomass power plants