Dust extraction in biomass installation
A power plant that burns coal to produce electricity invested in a biomass plant in the context of green power development.
Adding a certain percentage of wood dust (from recycling) to the coal dust for combustion in the steam boilers contributes to a more sustainable and environmentally friendly energy policy.
Recycled wood, supplied via ship unload and bulk trucks, is delivered via conveyor belts and Redler conveyors and stored in a storage silo (6,000 m³).
From this silo, the recycled wood is extracted to a pre-cleaning (ferrous and non-ferrous separator / sieve), and then ground by hammer mills. After grinding, the wood dust is sieved again and the fine fraction, suitable for combustion, is stored in a silo.
In this project, Typhoon supplied five dust extraction installations for ship discharge, truck discharge, pre-cleaning, and the hammer mill and sieve building. Together providing approx. 300,000 m³/h.