Guide: Biomass boiler is a boiler that uses pellets or briquettes processed from wood, rice husk, straw, etc., as fuel. Common biomass boilers include biomass steam boilers (the difference between saturated steam and superheated steam boilers) and biomass hot water boilers. When do users use steam boilers and when do they use hot water boilers? What is the difference between biomass steam boiler and hot water boiler? What is the internal structure of the boiler?
Biomass boiler is a boiler that uses pellets or briquettes processed from wood, rice husk, straw, etc., as fuel. Common biomass boilers include biomass steam boilers (the difference between saturated steam and superheated steam boilers) and biomass hot water boilers. When do users use a steam boiler and when do they use a hot water boiler? What is the difference between a biomass steam boiler and a hot water boiler? What is the internal structure of the boiler?
1. The difference between biomass steam boiler and hot water boiler
1. Different media
The biggest difference between the two is the different media. The media produced are steam and hot water. At the same time, the pressure-bearing capacity of the boiler is also different. The steam boiler is a pressure-bearing part and runs under pressure. Hot water boilers can be made into pressurized or pressure-bearing parts according to requirements.
2, different uses
Steam boilers are mostly used in industrial production, such as food, chemical, pharmaceutical, paper, printing and dyeing production lines, and hot water boilers are used for heating and bathing.
2. What is the internal structure of the biomass boiler?
The internal structure of a biomass boiler is similar to that of a coal-fired boiler, but is better than that of a coal-fired boiler. Biomass boilers can burn coal, but coal-fired boilers cannot burn biomass fuels. Different types of biomass pellet boilers have different internal structures. The most classic type of biomass boiler is the SZL series. The boiler adopts a double-boiler vertical arrangement, with water-cooled walls on both sides of the furnace; the water-cooled pipes on the front and back walls of the furnace extend down to the upper part of the grate to form front and rear arches. It not only increases the sealing performance of the boiler, but also increases the furnace volume and heating surface. The combustion chamber of the boiler has been optimized and equipped with a cyclone combustion chamber to promote fuel combustion, fully and thoroughly, and ensure the combustion effect.
Features of Biomass Boiler
1, environmental protection and energy saving
The biomass fuel used is an energy-saving fuel with ultra-low emissions and good environmental protection effects.
2. High thermal efficiency
Using a large furnace design, a secondary air intake ratio, an energy-saving device at the rear, a reasonable layout of the heating surface, high thermal efficiency, and good energy-saving effect.
3, classic furnace type, stable operation
The classic SZL furnace type adopted, with automatic feeding, stable operating conditions, and good reputation among users.
The above has introduced you to the difference between a biomass steam boiler and a hot water boiler, as well as an introduction to the internal structure of the boiler. If you have more questions about biomass boilers, you can still consult our company. You can contact our company for boiler technical consultation, price consultation, on-site inspection, etc.