Biomass Gasifier System
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Biomass Gasifier System

ID:    1210
Units Available:   2
Mileage Hrs/Kms: 0
Year of Manufacture: 2022
The price: P.O.A.

NEW Biomass Gasifier system:
Model 10kw-2000kw
Type Downdraft Fixed Bed
Gas Rate 30m3/h-3000m3/h
Consumption Material 15kg/h-1500kg/h

Our company is a leading China biomass gasifier for sale manufacturer, supplier and exporter.
Adhering to the pursuit of perfect quality of products, so that our biomass gasifier for sale have been satisfied by many customers. Extreme design, quality raw materials, high performance and competitive price are what every customer wants, and that's also what we can offer you.
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Our biomass gasification process includes three steps.
The First step is biomass gasification, which convert biomass into syngas.
The Second step is syngas purification. The producer gas coming from gasifier usually contains contaminants including dust, coke, tar and etc.
The contaminants will be removed by the purification system to ensure normal operation of gas engine.
The Third step is power generating in gas engine. The high temperature exhaust gas may be reused by waste heat boiler to generate steam or hot water for civil or industrial use).

Biogas, as a source of renewable energy, can play a crucial role in achieving a balanced, harmonious, and sustainable development, ensuring economic competitiveness and reducing the environmental degradation

Biogas is a promising renewable energy source and can be either captured from landfills or produced from a variety of wastes. If entirely utilized, biogas yields from existing organic wastes could satisfy about 20% of current natural gas use. Biogas technology is scheme for solving growing issues with natural gas.
It could be applied for more advanced applications such as vehicular fuel throughout the world.

The Biogas Process

Biogas is formed by bacteria during the anaerobic degradation of organic material. The degradation is a very complex process and requires certain environmental conditions as well as different bacterial populations. The degradation process also takes a long time. The more time that is allowed for the process to take place, the more complete the generation will be and the more biogas will be produced. The anaerobic process is also partly dependent on temperature. The higher the temperature, the faster is digestion and biogas production.

There are two optimum temperature ranges for methanogens (methane producing bacteria), one at 30-40°C and one at 50-60°C. These are known as the mesophilic and thermophilic ranges respectively. To operate at the higher temperature range a heating system must be employed.
The rate of methane generation approximately doubles for every 10°C rise. Temperature fluctuations should be minimized since they severely inhibit the methanogens. Toxic substances in feeds can severely inhibit the rate of digestion.

Different materials will give different gas yields. If more material is added, the biogas production from the digester will increase. At the same time, the gas yield per unit material will decrease as the retention time is shortened. A mixture of different materials will usually give a higher yield than the volume of gas produced from each one in separate digestion.

One commonly used parameter is the C/N (carbon/ nitrogen) ratio in the fuel stock materials. It has been found that the optimum ratio is between 20 and 30:1 and that too high a ratio restricts the microbial process due to a lack of nitrogen for cell formation while too low a ratio increases the shift towards ammonia toxicity. But there seems to be a wide range of suitable C/N ratios depending on the materials digested.

As temperature has a profound influence on the rate of gas production, insulation, composts around the digester and different heating systems (solar, biogas, or recycled effluent) have been used. Mixing systems can help production by maintaining uniformity, preventing scum formation and preventing solids deposition. Bio-degradibility can be increased by pre-treatment of the materials with chemicals, heat treatment or physical (e.g. shredding) means.

The addition of heating and heat retaining systems into the digester adds substantially to the cost of the digester thus, in most developing countries, digesters are unheated. With such systems it has been found that the digester needs to have a volume 40 to 60 times larger than the volume of material available daily as feedstock if sufficient biogas is to be produced to meet demand.

In developing countries the daily gas production volume per digester volume is usually 0.1-0.4 as compared to high rate systems employed in industrial countries where it may range from 0.7-3.

Another design parameter is the concentration of the feed, and a maximum total solids concentration of 9% is optimal in many cases. In general, any organic waste which is moderately bio-degradable can be digested.

Schematic Diagram of Gasifier

Raw Materials Can Be Gasified
Size:≤10cm; Humidity:≤20%

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