Common Sense Solutions to Minimize Emmissions
- Identifying boiler feed system culprits
- "Right-sizing" your air handling equipment
"…Plants that are forced to run boilers at lower levels to scale back emissions lose productivity and efficiency, which quickly becomes very costly. Fortunately, there are smart equipment options that help maximize efficiency while reducing particulate emission…"
To read the article in its entirety, download "Common Sense Solutions to Minimize Emissions" by Cliff Moss, VP of ProcessBarron. Download it today.
Facility Conversion to Biomass
Right Sizing for Success
Optimise Fan Performance
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Solutions for Biomass Conversions
Best Practices when Converting from Coal to Biomass
- Planning and engineering team selection
- Equipment selection and investment optoins
- Maintenance considerations
- Co-firing options
Material Handling Solutions for Biomass Conversions
"... There are many reasons conversions have been slow to materialize, but a common thread is the lack of familiarity with biomass fuel characteristics, particularly in the utility industry. As the promising transition to biomass fuels gains traction, the biomass industry must gain a better understanding of what it takes for plants to successfully convert from coal-firing to biomass-firing facitlities.
Whether a plant is gearing up for apartial or total conversion to biomass fuels, there are fundamental considerations that project and plant managers need to tak into account. From slecting the right engineering team, to understanding how biomass fuels will affect the boiler and its surrounding equipment, proper planning and understanding of common pitfalls will improve the likelihood of a successful coal-to-biomass plant conversion..."
To read the article in its entirety, download "Best Material Handling Practices when Converting from Coal to Biomass" by Cliff Moss, VP of Materials Handling at ProcessBarron, download it today.
Biomass Ash Handling: Simplifying the Challenges
"Biomass Ash Handling: Simplifying the Challenges"
- Mechanical vs. Pneumatic Systems
- Bottom Ash & Fly Ash Systems
- Bottom Ash Removal Systems
- Fly Ash Storage and Unloading
To read the article in its entirety, download it today.
Three Degrees of Burn: Optimizing Wood Yards for Biomass Operations
No two biomass facilities are the same. When it comes to designing a wood yard and fuel-feed system, one size decidedly does not fit all. "Three Degrees of Burn" evaluates:
- Governing considerations to weigh when evaluating wood yard design
- Pros and cons of fully automated vs. manual fuel-feed approaches
- Exploration of the benefits of semi-automation
To read the article in its entirety, download "Three Degrees of Burn" by John Saucier, Materials Handling and Regional Sales Manager of ProcessBarron. Download it today.