Process Steam

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.

 

PROCESS STEAM

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