WELLONS POWER GROUP (WPG), a division of Wellons Inc., offers to supply energy boilers that run on any type of biofuel, with a capacity of up to 350 tons of steam per hour. An experienced team of WPG engineers specializes in custom boiler designs using alternative fuels. Our proven and efficient boilers designed for customer needs use any kind of wood waste and agricultural waste as fuel: oat chaff, sunflower husk, beet pulp, rice husk, peanut husk, barley chaff, wheat fiber and other technological waste. The biofuel combustion technology is selected based on calculations based on the characteristics of the fuel and ash content, while most boilers have modern grate with a mechanical spreader (stockers) or burners for suspended combustion. Boilers, as a rule, are equipped with gas or oil burners for starting and for using reserve fuel during periods of lack of solid fuel. An example of a completed project for the utilization of various types of agricultural waste can be found in the presented video KODA ENERGY - PRODUCTION OF HEAT AND ELECTRIC POWER FROM BIOFUEL.
In addition to wood biomass, Wellons boilers allow the burning of various agricultural waste (agricultural waste), which can be a valuable fuel to meet energy needs and reduce waste disposal costs.
Studies show that Russia has large, diverse and widespread biomass reserves for generating energy from agricultural waste. These potential biomass stocks can play an important role in a national biofuel revenue strategy. One of the advantages of using agricultural waste is that it does not require additional cultivation or land allocation and is considered potentially available in the near future.
Our company can use various combustion systems to meet the special requirements for the combustion of various types of agro-waste and industrial wood processing industries, such as:
Many of these fuels have unique physicochemical characteristics that require special attention to ensure clean and efficient combustion, as well as to ensure the durability of the equipment.
Some types of biofuels can be tested for combustion and chemical composition, to assess the characteristics of flue gases and ash, as well as to select the appropriate combustion technology, such as: