Many consumers who want to buy biomass boilers do not understand what fuel the biomass boiler burns, or what fuel is biomass fuel. Biomass fuel refers to the burning of biomass materials as fuel, which is generally mainly agricultural and forestry waste (such as straw, sawdust, bagasse, rice bran, etc.), which is mainly different from fossil fuels.
The more economical and simple biomass fuel use (burning wood to generate heat) is biomass molding fuel, mostly stem crops, peanut shells, bark, sawdust, and solid waste (furfural residue, edible fungus residue, etc.) ) The block fuel produced by processing has a diameter of 6-8 mm, a length of 4 to 5 times its diameter, a crushing rate of less than 1.5% to 2.0%, a dry basis moisture content of less than 10% to 15%, and an ash content Less than 1.5%, the sulfur content and chlorine content are both less than 0.07%, and the nitrogen content is less than 0.5%.