BIOFLUID - biomass gasification Environmental sound energy
Biomass and RDF (refuse derived fuel) gasification plant.
Gasification of raw material undergoes in presence of the air in the fluidized-bed gasifying generator at temperature 850 - 900°C. Tar-containing residues that resulted from raw material pyrolysis are eliminated through thermal cracking in the gasifier and then they are cleaned by washing in cool water. Heat generated from cooling gas in the heat exchangers is usable for the purposes of drying sawn wood, heating housings, and or for drying of the raw material entered therein. After cooling, the energy-gas is burned in the co-generation plant with combined power and heat production.
Another possibility of applying the energy-gas is a replacement of conventional sorts of fuels (natural gas, LPG, fuel oil, etc.) for operation of lime-kilns, brickplants, ceramic plants, annealing ovens, and elsewhere the above fuels are burned up. When used in such applications, it is not necessary to cool the energygas, its dedusting is ensured with cyclone separator. Residual tar substances go with gas to direct burning.