Fuel

One of the principal advantages of our systems is the option to adapt boiler operation to various biomass based fuels simply by setting the parameters of the control unit. That property makes our boilers truly universal. Their design allows the use of fuels where process automation is not entirely usual. In the list that follows we give an overview of the types of fuels that may be easily combusted in our boilers.

Wood chips
Wood chips
fraction 30x30mm (40×40) – moisture content up to 30%
Crushed wood
Crushed wood
ideally also fraction 30x30mm (40×40) – the present type of fuel has until now been mostly combusted in larger energy facilities – it allows the use of smaller sources of recycled energy waste
Wooden pellets
Wooden pellets
today, standard fuel (may 6mm and 8mm diameters may be used)
Wooden briquettes
Wooden briquettes
40mm diameter – 50mm length (briquettes soft –80mm diameter – 50mm length
Sawdust
Sawdust
wood production waste (can contain a fraction of abrasive dust)
Shavings
Shavings
wood production waste
Chipboard waste
Chipboard waste
sawdust, granulates, pressed briquettes (boiler over 200kW)
Paper pellets or briquettes
Paper pellets or briquettes
such as paper industry waste
Poppy seeds and poppy seed briquettes
Poppy seeds and poppy seed briquettes
(use of plant production waste)
Various mixed fuels
Various mixed fuels
based on the above

  • Crushed bark (wood processing industry)
  • Chaff and chaff briquettes (waste generated in production of linen and hemp)