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This wood pellets/wood chip/ waste wood biomass boiler is a szl series biomass steam boiler manufactured by CBM for a Malaysian company. According to the customer's needs, the fuel used in the boiler is mainly wood pellet fuel. This boiler can also use wood chips, waste wood, and various biomass pellet fuels.

A high proportion of the combustible content of wood and other biomass fuels burns in the form of volatile compounds. A large proportion of the combustion air requirement, therefore, is added above the fuel in stoker and other conventional combustion boiler wood gods manufacturing of plywood in indias as overfire air.

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2. Circulating fluidized bed (CFB)

Circulating fluidized bed combustion(CFBC) Advantages :

1. Fluidized bed can burn a variety of fuels-coal as well other non-conventional fuels like biomass, petro-coke, coal cleaning waste and wood. This bed contains only around 5 percent coal or fuel. The rest of the bed is primarily an inert material such as ash or sand. Fluidized bed boilers are capable of burning a wide range of fuels cleanly, including biomass fuels such as wood waste.

2. The Temperature in FBC is around 800-900°C compared with 1300-1500°C in pulverized coal combustion (PCC). Low Temperature helps minimize the production of NOx (nitrogen oxides). With the addition of a sorbent into the bed (mostly limestone), much of the so2 formed can be captured. The other advantages of FBC are Compactness Ability to burn low calorific values (as low as 1,800 kcal/kg) Production of ash which is less erosive. Moreover, in FBC, oil support is needed for 20-30 percent of the load versus 40-60 percent in PCC. FBC based plants also have lower capital costs compared to PCC based plants. The capital costs could be 8-15 percent lower.