Circulating fluidized bed boilers in China

Circulating fluidized bed boilers in China

Circulating fluidized bed boilers in China

Circulating fluidized bed boilers
Circulating fluidized bed (CFB) boilers are used for steam and power generation. They are characterized by their unmatched fuel flexibility and cover nearly all solid fuels from coal and biomass to alternative fuels and wastes. The clean combustion technology delivers high efficiency and reliability with lowest emissions.

The challenge
Fuel prices and fuel availability are subject to considerable market fluctuations. Supply security is a challenge and emission limits are constantly being tightened. A major challenge for the power generation market is how to efficiently utilize a wide range of different fuels to take advantage of market conditions, while generating minimal emissions and ensuring high equipment availability.

The solution
Circulating fluidized bed (CFB) technology is the best technology for multi-fuel combustion - the ability to use diverse fuels of differing quality. The diversity of fuels ranges from conventional (coal, oil) and biomass to alternative. The high heat capacity of the fluidized bed evens out the fluctuations caused by fuel quality variations and effectively maintains combustion. The cfb boiler of ZG Boiler could burn coal and biomass fuel, such as 30t CFB Boiler for Vietnam Sugar Plant burning coal and 110t CFB Boiler for India Paper Mill burning biomass fuel.

CFB technology utilizes standard features and processes with strongly custom-tailored features for optimum performance.

Benefits of the circulating fluidized bed boiler
Circulating fluidized bed technologies are characterized by unequaled fuel flexibility, high efficiency, and the ability to employ a diversity of fuels, including fuels which are difficult to burn. PowerFluid boilers maintain almost complete combustion with lowest emissions of nitric and sulphur oxides and high efficiency.

Highest fuel flexibility
Multi-fuel combustion
Wide range of heating values, fuel types,...

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