Solutions for Power Generation and Heating
Biomass plants: Energy from Renewable Raw Materials
Using specially designed incineration systems, both polluted and unpolluted fuels can be optimally incinerated and efficiently converted to energy on an air-cooled or water-cooled incineration grate. The range of fuels that can be used for this process includes renewable raw materials such as straw, corn, wood in the classes A1 to A4, olive pips, pomace/marc residues, rice husks and other similar fuels.
In downstream plant components, the energy from the incineration process is converted into usable heat, such as process steam. Subsequently, a conversion into electrical energy can also take place.
In line with the legal requirements at the site, the flue gases produced during combustion are cleaned with modern flue gas cleaning processes.
Oschatz combustion systems are equipped with state-of-the-art control technology. Our tried-and-tested grate firing technology is constantly being developed further.
We are constantly adapting our systems to different fuels and to our customers’ manifold needs and applications.