Brief Introduction of Biomass Particle Burner
Biomass particle burners are different from fuel burning engines and gas burning engines. They are all used to provide heat to various combustion equipment, such as boilers, dryers, hot air stoves, etc. There are two kinds of biomass burners, one is burning biomass particles to generate heat energy, the other is burning biomass gas generated by biomass particles to generate heat energy.
Biomass fuel can also be divided into two types: one is incomplete combustion and pyrolysis of biomass under high-temperature and anoxic conditions to produce combustible gases, mainly including CO, H2, N2, etc. One is biogas produced by anaerobic bacteria under anaerobic conditions, mainly composed of CH4 and CO2. The burning of biomass fuel does not produce SO2 and P2O5, so it will not lead to acid rain, air pollution, environmental pollution, corrosion of furnace and smoke pipe, which can prolong the service life of furnace and kiln, and the enterprise will benefit greatly.
The biomass particle combustor hot air stove adopts the reverse combustion technology. Its main working principle is that the fuel generates high temperature flue gas in the furnace. Under the suction of the chimney, the flame is driven to burn downward, enter the smoke ring pipe, and be discharged from the chimney through the flue. The use of the reverse combustion technology of the drying hot air furnace ensures that the fuel is fully burned, greatly reducing the emissions of smoke, dust, sulfur dioxide and other gases. It can achieve the effect of smoke suppression, dust removal and desulfurization without installing dust removal equipment, and meet the national environmental protection emission standards.