Overview of current boiler fuels:
The fuel used for combustion in industrial boilers is also known as fuel. Boiler fuel is understood as a substance that is burned to get heat or light to collect energy.
Currently, on the market, there are many different types of boiler fuels, to serve almost all the needs of production plants. Fuel for furnaces and boilers is divided into several forms:
– Gases have types such as GAS, gas, gas, and biogas fuel.
– Liquid form includes gasoline, oil, liquefied petroleum gas, gas, DO oil, alcohol..
– Solid forms include peat, coal, shredded coal, wood charcoal, shavings, sawdust, firewood pressed from wood, wood pulp, firewood pressed from rice husks, pressed sawdust, wood charcoal, wood chips, wood chips shavings, mulch, wood pellets, rice husk pellets, pressed coir, cashew nut shells, coffee shells, peanut shells, shells of crops or wood processing industry waste, dried chips, hashish chips, chips, chopped chips, rags, chopped firewood,…
The combustion of fuel in the boiler will help convert the water into steam to serve the production needs of the plant. Regardless of the type of boiler used, the boiler fuel needs to ensure that it generates a large amount of heat, is safe and environmentally friendly.
The most popular types of boiler fuel today are:
Shredded cloth is also one of the very popular boiler fuels for fabric boilers in industry today. Although rags were once assessed as waste causing environmental pollution, when burned, they will create toxic and dangerous black smoke, but now, thanks to modern technology, rags are used as fuel to burn furnaces extremely safe. whole.
Moreover, this type of fuel is extremely cheap but achieves extremely high efficiency.
The second most popular boiler fuel on today’s list is rice husk. Similar to pressed sawdust, rice husk is a fairly common boiler fuel on the market today. In addition, rice husk firewood is also extremely friendly to the environment, has an extremely economical and reasonable price.
In particular, rice husk firewood is non-toxic, so it helps prolong the use of the boiler. The fuel source for the furnace is guaranteed to be stable thanks to the long burning time in the furnace.
Wood pellets, sawdust
The first common boiler fuel is wood pellets or sawdust. Many industrial plant units own boilers that use pressed sawdust as fuel to operate this equipment. This helps industrial plants save 40-60% of the cost of using fuel for furnaces compared to using other fuels such as oil, coal or gas, etc. Because pressed sawdust is a fuel. materials are available a lot in nature, so they are easy to choose and popular. The use of this boiler fuel is not harmful to workers’ health and is extremely environmentally friendly, causing no damage to the boiler, so maintenance costs are significantly reduced.
Above are the types of fuel that many businesses choose as fuel for boilers in production. Hopefully, the article will bring useful information to help readers choose the right fuel for the needs of their business.
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