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Biomass Solid Fuels Are Alternatives To Other Polluting Fuels
Jul 26, 2017

  Biomass solid fuels are alternatives to other polluting fuels.

  Biomass solid fuel is a variety of different wood processing made of small granular products, now the use of wood particles is very wide, mainly used as fuel, and produced less pollutants, is the alternative to other large-polluting fuels.

  The support of the national policy has been a rapid and healthy growth of wood granules. Guangdong Wood particle fuel use of the corresponding national policy, marketing convenience of a lot, produced a good ecological, solid fuel economic and social benefits, but also led to our eco-environmental production pioneer, let us more motivated to protect our environment. Actively encourage and guide private enterprises in forestry biomass energy technology innovation and practice. As a new type of granular fuel, sawdust biomass pellet has won wide recognition for its unique advantages. Compared with the traditional fuel, not only has the economic advantage also has the environmental protection benefit, solid fuel  completely conforms to the sustainable development request.

  What are sawdust particles?

  Sawdust particles mainly pine, fir, birch, poplar, fruit trees and crop orange stem for the raw materials processing, the main use is as fuel, barbecue fuel and fireplace heating fuel, its combustion efficiency of more than 80%, solid fuel high combustion efficiency, resulting in sulfur dioxide, ammonia nitrogen compounds and less dust.

  Use of sawdust particles

  1. Living fuel. Sawdust particle combustion efficiency is high, easy to store, use, safety and health. The north uses more.

  2, sawdust particles as the main fuel of industrial boilers, replace coal, heavy oil and natural gas, reduce environmental pollution.

  3, sawdust particles can be used for fire power. Each burning 10,000 tons of biomass fuel can replace coal 8,000 tons, solid fuel reduce sulphur dioxide emissions 160 tons, smoke emissions 80 tons, carbon dioxide emissions 14,400 tons.