The combustion unit and all components to make your biomass combustion installation work
In addition to a combustion unit, you will require storage and handling systems for your biomass fuel and flue gas treatment. As an independent engineering and installation partner, we always opt for the supplier that offers the best technical and price-quality solution per component for your unique situation.
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Storage of your biomass fuel
Pneumatic Filling Systems
Bio containers / Trailers
Handling of your biomass fuel
Following an analysis of the layout of your site, we select the appropriate automated handling system to transport the biomass fuel from storage to combustion unit.
Combustion plants for heating/cooling, steam and thermal oil
Hot Air (up to 90°C)
High Temperature Air (up to 600°C)
Hot Gas (up to 950°C)
Warm Water (up to 95°C)
Superheated Water (up to 150°C)
Saturated Steam (up to 24 bar)
Superheated Steam (up to 24 bar)
Flue gas treatment
Flue Gas Recirculation
Flue Gas Ventilators
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For each biomass fuel with a combustible value
Chipboard & wood fibre board
Flax and hemp straw
Fruit & vegetable stones, peels and shells
Solid residues from distillation and brewing processes
Cheap and CO2-neutral energy
Our biomass combustion systems are CO2-neutral and satisfy the need for cheap and environment- friendly energy.
Because of the continuing rising prices and volatility in the market of fossil fuels such as gas, fuel oil, heavy fuel, … the combustion of your biomass becomes a very suitable alternative.
Moreover, by combusting your biomass you will no longer be subject to the increasing costs of (production) waste processing.
Biomass combustion is CO2- neutral and adheres to the realisation of the Kyoto protocol and the Treaty of Paris.
Depending on your location, you may be eligible for subsidies.
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