Process Steam production from biomass can reduce significantly energy costs 

The most common way of utilizing biomass is direct combustion that results in hot flue gases producing steam in a boiler – a technology that was discovered back in XIX century. Today’s boilers are differentiated by their configuration, size, and the quality of the steam or hot water being produced.

Up to 70% in fuel costs can be saved by using biomass such as: straw, wood chips, waste from crops, husk,etc. Weiss designs energy plants tailor made for customers needs and requests. Process steam can be used in many production processes like: cooking, baking, boiling, cleaning, destillation, pasteurization and others, where high temperature is required.

Get all economical benefits now by using biomass instead of gas or other fossil fuels:

  • reduce energy costs significantly
  • plan against future increases in energy costs
  • environmentally friendly steam production
  • very short investment pay-back time when replacing gas or oil fuels
  • get a green profile
  • get a reliable plant
  • fully automated solution

Which plant is the one suitable for your production? Contact Weiss Team and we can make a customer specialized feasibility study chart, which shows easily which plant is a suitable and most economical solution for your company.



Example flow chart 1

Steam boiler plant fired wood chips

Boiler size: 1-5 MW

Fuel type:  woodchips

Humidity in fuel max. 55 %

Pressure:  16 Bar

Example flow chart 2

Boiler plant - dry fuel

System size: 6-10 MW

Fuel type:   dry fuel

Humidity in fuel max.  30 %

Pressure:  16 Bar