Q: Can ordinary boilers use biomass pellets?
A: If you replace coal-fired biomass pellet fuel, the efficiency will be very low. The calorific value of some biomass pellet fuel can be comparable to or even exceed the calorific value of coal. However, because of its low specific gravity, it is guided by hot air during combustion. It is easy to cause fly ash, resulting in inefficiency. If you need to use this energy, you need to change the furnace of the existing boiler.
Q: Can biomass pellet fuel be used in general boilers?
A: If used, the efficiency is very low. Because the traditional boiler is coal-burning, some biomass pellet fuels have comparable calorific value to coal, but the particulate matter of biomass is low in specific gravity. When it is burned, it is guided by hot air, which easily causes fly ash, resulting in inefficiency. Biomass pellet fuels, in order to maximize efficiency, need to improve the furnace structure.
A: The boiler must be modified to burn biomass pellets with high efficiency. The biomass particles that have not been modified by the boiler will burn incompletely, resulting in thermal efficiency, black smoke, and a large amount of soot waste. It is recommended to burn biomass pellet fuel after modification. Avoid wasting fuel and causing environmental pollution.