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Biomass Conversion equipment for Bioenergy

  • Bubbling Fluidized Bed Boiler

    B&W's bubbling fluid bed (BFB) technology is ideal for repowering an existing facility, recovery boiler conversions, or when changing fuel or firing techniques of an existing power boiler. Typical fuels include primary and secondary sludge, bark and woodwaste, coal and tire derived fuel.  BFB boilers are especially well-suited for the ...

    By Babcock & Wilcox based in Charlotte, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Fuel/Energy Source - Biomass Product line

  • Renewable Multifuel Burners

    It gives the customer an opportunity to convert existing boilers into production units with renewable fuel at a lower capital cost than building a new boiler. The existing fuel is still available and can always be used as back up or topping up. When installing a new combustion system in an existing boiler the customer get a dual or triple fuel ...

    By World Thermal Service AB (WTS) based in Nyköping, SWEDEN.

  • Mobile Containerised Pyrolysis Unit

    Equipment can be delivered in containerised modules that allow to present a quick and ready to use version of the Biogreen® process for thermochemical conversion. Unit can run in torrefaction, pyrolysis or high temperature pyrolysis mode to produce biochar, bio-oil and syngas from any kind of biomass waste from wood, crops or waste materials.

    By ETIA based in Compiegne, FRANCE.

  • UASB - Intelligent biogas production from waste waters

    Anaerobic waste water treatment is applied in many industrial areas for waste water purification of water containing large amounts of organics (COD > 2.000 mg/L). This technique is applied to circumvent the high operational costs of aerobic waste water treatment and to produce energy in the form of biogas. For this purpose a number of UASB reactor ...

    By Hydroitalia - Colsen Srl based in Medicina, ITALY.

  • Biomass Plant

    The vegetable material is produced as a result of the process of photosynthesis, which thanks to the energy of sun can transform simple minerals into complex organic molecules. The plant biomass absorbs CO2 (carbon dioxide) from the atmosphere during its growth, and it returns it during combustion. Therefore, the CO2 balance of these processes is ...

    By Imam Ambiente s.r.l. based in Torino, ITALY.

  • Cellulose to Hydrogen Power (CHyP) Technology

    Candaxa has been monitoring the developments within the biomass conversion industry for a few years. We believe that the Cellulose to Hydrogen Power (ChyP) technology being developed by Proton Power, Inc. (PPI), is well suited to our small to mid scale biomass to renewable diesel projects. PPI has successfully implemented CHyP technology on a ...

    By Candaxa Energy Inc. based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • Biomass Combined Heat and Power System (CHP)

    Biomass Combined Heat and Power (CHP) refers to the simultaneous generation of both heat and electricity using Biomass fuel as the original energy source. Biomass CHP enables users to generate heat and power in a more ecologically friendly manner because the fuel itself is renewable, easily available waste that otherwise might enter landfill sites ...

    By Woodtek Energy Ltd. based in Welshpool, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Gasification Systems

    Biomass gasifiers operate by heating biomass in an oxygen-starved environment until the biomass breaks into its constituent chemical components. The process requires the input of heat energy for the endothermic chemical reaction to proceed that splits the molecules apart.  Gasification with air produces a low-Btu gas, with a heating value ...

    By Organics Group plc based in Coventry, UNITED KINGDOM. from Waste to Energy Systems Product line

  • Nexterra - Gasification Technology

    Nexterra’s core technology is a fixed-bed updraft gasification system. These systems range in output from 2 to 40 MWth (8 to 140 MMBtu/hr) and 2 – 15 MW electric. Nexterra’s systems are simple in design, are able to handle a wide-range of feedstocks and produce very low emissions.

    By Nexterra Systems Corp. based in Vancouver, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Mixed Super Critical Fluid Technology (MSCF) for Biomass

    Inventure’s MSCF technology breaks down cellulose biomass into glucose, fermentable polysaccharides, lignin and high grade cellulose. Total conversion of raw biomass residues into target materials exceeds >90%.

    By Inventure Renewables, Inc based in Tuscaloosa, ALABAMA (USA).

  • NAABB - Conversion Technologies

    The development of cost effective “drop-in” transportation fuels is from algae is our key goal. NAABB is developing technologies to convert lipids/hydrocarbons and biomass residues into useful fuels. Our program involves understanding the physical and chemical properties of algal biofuels and the thermophysical and transport properties ...

  • Model C5 - Lignocellulosic Biomass

    An attractive feedstock available in large amounts is lignocellulosic biomass, such as herbaceous and woody plants, agricultural and forestry residues, and a large portion of municipal solid waste and industrial waste streams. Lignocellulosic biomass consists of hexoses (C6 sugars) and pentoses (C5 sugars). Besides glucose, the pentose sugars ...

    By Butalco GmbH based in Fuerigen, SWITZERLAND.

  • Gliding Arc Plasma Research System

    This system can produce synthesis gas from gaseous (natural gas, propane, butane) and liquid (gasoline, diesel) fuels in partial oxidation and steam reforming modes of operation. It also can be used for CO2 sequestration and cleaning of gaseous products of biomass, coal, and municipal wastes gasification.

    By Advanced Plasma Solutions based in Malvern, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Cellulosic Ethanol

    Novozymes develops technologies that enable more types of biomass to be turned into commercially viable biofuel. We provide the industry’s best enzyme solutions and process optimizations to enable commercialization of cellulosic ethanol.

    By Novozymes based in Bagsvaerd, DENMARK. from Bioenergy Product line

  • Allied - Gasification Unit

    Gasification is a century old technology, which flourished quite well before and during the second world war.  Gasification can be broadly defined as the thermochemical conversion of a usually solid or liquid carbon-based material into a combustible gaseous product. The technology disappeared soon after the second world war, when liquid fuel ...

    By Allied Environmental Technologies, Inc. based in Seal Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Biofuels Catalys​ts

    A number of novel pathways are being developed for producing advanced biofuels via catalysis with the goal of producing a renewable transportation fuel (drop-in biofuel) that can be used in conventional engines and existing infrastructure. These advanced biofuels and cellulosic biofuels require technologies that will efficiently and economically ...

    By W. R. Grace & Co. based in Columbia, MARYLAND (USA). from Catalysts Product line

  • Biomass Boiler Systems

    Reduce Carbon, Reduce Emissions, Reduce Operating and Fuel Costs, and SELL your Carbon Credits. Energy solutions based on biomass and bio-fuels provide clean and renewable energy for large national and international companies. Green-thinking companies are now using biofuels to mitigate the impact their activities have on the environment by ...

    By Hurst Boiler and Welding Co., Inc. based in Coolidge, GEORGIA (US) (USA).

  • Bioenergy Systems

    Bioenergy is a renewable energy resource derived from living organisms and/or their byproducts. It currently accounts for approximately 6% of Canada’s total energy supply. Bioenergy is an extensive sustainable energy resource that can supply energy to Canada while emitting low CO2 and reducing waste. Scientists and engineers at CanmetENERGY ...

    By Canmet ENERGY - Natural Resources Canada based in Ottawa, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • tripleGreenenergy - Biomass Thermal Conversion Systems

    We offer 2 distinct biomass thermal conversion systems (hot water boilers). Our premium patented heating system is an updraft, atmospheric pressure close coupled 2-stage pyrolysis/gasification system. The after-burner meets Ontario Ministry of the Environment's requirements for commercial biomass furnaces:   We build the system to meet ...

    By TripleGreenEnergy based in St. Adolphe, MANITOBA (CANADA).

  • SEBIGAS - Biogas Plant

    Biogas is an alternative source for the production of renewable energy. It is obtained by the breakdown of various organic matters exploiting the biological process of anaerobic digestion (fermentation in the absence of oxygen).

    By Sebigas spa based in Olgiate Olona (VA), ITALY.

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