Biomass carbonization plant BST30Processing capacity:
Model 450 /1500×540×750Large angle belt conveyor:
Model 650 /8400×1000×6200
Water cooled slag 1#:
Model 273 /5080×500×800Water cooled slag 2#:
Model 273 /5080×500×800
Combustible cyclone dust removal:
Model 1300 /1700×1300×4000Exhaust cyclone dust removal 1#:
Model 1000 /1150×1000×3500
Model 800 /1220×800×3300Dust removal tower:
Model 1300 /1300×1300×4900
Standard equipped with total power:
Carbonization of biomass is a combustible waste (sawdust, wood, plant stalks, rice husks, sewage sludge) as raw materials, “High temperature pyrolysis, flue gas volatile sulfur release carbon enrichment” process made “man-made carbon “byproducts and waste disposal technology. Incomplete thermal biomass occurring in the absence of air and other oxidizing atmosphere degradation of the situation, to produce charcoal and other products of the process.
What Materials Can The Carbonization Equipment Handle?
Biomass shells: sawdust, wood, plant stalks, rice husks, Coffee husk, Straw...
Sludge: Municipal sludge, River sludge, Domestic sludge...
Waste: Domestic waste, Industrial waste, Electronic waste
What Are The Products Of Carbonization Equipment?
After the process which includes high temperature pyrolysis, volatile gas, sulfur emission, carbon enrichment of garbage disposal technology, the end product we get is man-made carbon which owns fixed higher carbon content (about 90%), Compared with the general coal, it is about twice its carbon content ( usually fixed carbon content of coal is 55% ). Besides, it is a new type of high-grade fuel with good flammability, while some biomass after carbonization has very strong activation (it can be activated up to 75%), There is no doubt that it is an ideal material for manufacturing activated carbon.
How Does Carbonization Work?
The carbonization process is actually a dry distillation process of the material under high temperature conditions.
In this process, the material is gradually heated up within a certain low temperature range and under the condition of isolated air. The low molecular substances in the material first volatilize, and then a series of complex physical and chemical changes occur in the material during the entire carbonization process.
Physical changes are mainly dehydration, degassing and drying processes; chemical changes are mainly thermal decomposition and thermal polycondensation reactions.
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