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What's the Differences Between Biomass Fired Boiler and Coal Fired Boiler

  • Date Submitted: 07/15/2014 02:34 AM
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In industrial production,coal-fired boiler has played an indispensable role,however,in recent years,with increasing consciousness of environmental protection,more and more coal-fired boilers is replaced by the environmental protection boilers,such as biomass fired boiler.This text will analyze the differences between biomass fired boiler and coal fired boiler form the following aspects:
The fuel
The biomass fired boiler uses biomass pellet as fuel,the fuel is mainly made of the straw waste in agriculture and forestry, clean and pollution-free.The coal fired boiler uses coal as fuel,a lot of dust, sulfur oxides, and nitrogen oxides are produced in its operation.
The load
Compared with coal-fired boiler,the load of biomass fired boiler is low,it has not developed to a mature stage,especially,the chain grate coal fired boiler of Zhengzhou Boiler Co., Ltd.,has strong overload ability and enough output.
The combustion emissions
The polluting emission of biomass fired boiler is less,so the biomass fired boiler has an obvious advantage of environmental protection.However,coal fired boiler will produce much polluting emission in the operation,which causes great environmental pollution and ecological damage.
In addition, according to the introduction of the leading industrial boiler manufacturer of Zhengzhou Boiler Co., Ltd.,the combustion equipments and combustion modes of the two kinds of boiler are also different.
The enterprises can choose the different types of industrial boiler according to their actual requirements and local conditions.If you want to know more about the biomass fired boiler and coal fired boiler,do not hesitate to contact us,we are always glad to be of service!

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