Dry wood chips are first thermo-chemically transformed into a gaseous fuel in our plants, then converted into electricity and heat in a gas engine.
Our biomass power plant plants are so flexible as regards the raw material used that we can employ all forest residues, such as offcuts and sawmill by-products, for fuel. This unique diversity underlines the contrast to other technologies in the market, which use expensive wood pellets or perfect formed wood chips.
This is made possible by the innovative stepped co-current fixed bed gasification technology, which allows maximum efficiency with maximum raw material flexibility. This leads to clear economic advantages for the operator.
SYNCRAFT® is your professional partner for wood-gas power plants. The following product types are part of our portfolio:
|Thermal power (basic variant)||326||488||615||kW|
|Thermal power (basic variant) up to2||481||719||920||kW|
|Fuel heat capacity||721||1.067||1.368||kW|
|Specific fuel demand||0,70||0,69||0,67||kg/h|
|Space required by gas generator||approx. 100||approx. 105||approx. 120||m2|
|Space required by engine||approx. 55||approx. 55||approx. 55||m2|
|Space required for bunker (week’s supply)||155||220||278||m3|
|Fuel quality||G30 - G50, optimally < W10, with fine fraction and bark|
2 To use the resulting low-temperature heat, a heat pump can be offered optionally to reach a water temperature of up to 55°C. This temperature can be optimally used for biomass drying or to increase the backflow-temperature of the district heating system.
We set ourselves the task of developing our strengths from the weak points of other technologies: we firmly believe that we have now achieved this. Here are four of the reasons why: