Superior Boilers can be found burning digester methane gas, hydrogen, tallow (animal fats), biodiesel, sanderdust and recovering heat from biomass systems. In addition, Superior Boiler Works, Inc. has partnered with the biomass experts AESI located in Wichita, KS USA. AESI offers turnkey expertly designed biomass sytems and offers burn tests for a diverse array of materials
By Superior Boiler Works, Inc. based in Hutchinson, KANSAS (USA).
Schenck Process provide systems that deal with wood pellets and chips feed solutions in the safest manner by using variable concepts and offering a range of conveying methods to deal with the differing feedstock characteristics. Alternative fuels are either discharged directly from trailers with “walking floors” or are delivered in tipping containers via road or rail. Schenck Process automated extraction screws, chain conveyor or pneumatic conveyors can be used to deliver the appropriate amount of fuel via a weighing check system for boiler feed regulation.
By Schenck Process Group based in Sandnes, NORWAY.
Being driven by new legislation, the production of substitute fuel/alternative fuel will be gain momentum in the next few years, as well as the expected increase of recycling rate in municipalities. This means a lot of waste streams can be turned into alternative fuel for the coal fired power plant, cement and lime industry, biomass power plant, or other industrial boiler systems that still burning fossil fuels.
By eFACTOR3 LLC based in Pineville, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).
You`ll find Jeffrey Rader`s equipment employed in many stages of woody biomass processing. Woody Biomass is the residual waste wood that results from the lumber manufacturing process. It is burned in a boiler to generate steam that is used both in the lumber-drying process and to produce electricity. Jeffrey Rader is a leader in serving the electric utility industry with boiler feed systems (pneumatic and mechanical) for producing electric power from biomass materials.
By TerraSource Global based in St. Louis, MISSOURI (USA).
The power generation sector is the largest industrial user of water in the world, with a need for enormous volumes of water for cooling and ultrapure water to supply boiler systems. Investment in water treatment technologies for this sector is worth $2.1 billion. Rapid industrialisation and economic growth in South East Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa is increasing demand for electricity, requiring significant investment in water technologies. Environmental regulation will push for increased treatment of scrubber wastewater and solutions to reduce the burden that cooling places on the local environment.
By Global Water Intelligence (GWI) based in Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM.
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