Proven combustion technology

Proven combustion technology

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Wood group

Fuel type Humidity Wp, % Lower heating value Q, kcal/kg Average bulk weight, kg/m3 Ash content, %
Hog fuel 55-40 1400-2150 450 1-3
Sawdust and wafer 50-30 1935-2960 200 0,5
Wood pellets 10 4500 600 1
Wood briquettes 10 4040 600 1

Plant group

Fuel type Humidity Wp, % Lower heating value Q, kcal/kg Average bulk weight, kg/m3 Ash content, %
Sunflower husk 7-10 4000 121 2
Buckwheat husk 7-10 3500 150 4
Rice husk 10-15 2450 150 12
Flax awnchaff 10-15 3805 200 1,5
Corn cob 30 3500 450 5
Hay pellet 5-7 4480 600 8
Reed pellet 5 3223 630 11
Miskanthus 10-15 3900 130 5
Vine shoot 10-15 3330 650 3
Must 40-45 2500 300 0,5
Sunflower or corn stem 30 3500 400 4

Peat group

Fuel type Humidity Wp, % Lower heating value Q, kcal/kg Average bulk weight, kg/m3 Ash content, %
Peat pellets 10-15 4200 250 8
Sod peat 40 2940 400 10-20
Milled peat 50 2660 400 10-20
Peat briquettes 10-15 4200 250 8

Coal group

Fuel type Humidity Wp, % Lower heating value Q, kcal/kg Average bulk weight, kg/m3 Ash content, %
Brown coal (Oleksandriia, Ukraine) 50 1830-2200 760 9-12
Donetsk anthracite of all brands 15 6540 800-1000 10-35
Brown coal (Oleksandriia, Ukraine) 50 1830-2200 800-1000 9-12
Run-of-mine coal BR-1 (Pavlohrad) 50 2000 800-1000 20-22
Run-of-mine coal BR-2 (Pavlohrad) 33 3880 800-1000 8-12
Lon-flame gas coal (Pavlohrad) 12 5800 800-1000 10
Gas-coal (Pavlohrad) 8,5 6000 800-1000 8
Guaranteed environmental indexes when burning carcinogen-containing fuels
Fuel type Carcinogen Content in dry outgoing gases, not more than
Particleboard and MDF waste Formaldehyde 5 mg/m3
Railway sleepers (used) Benz(a)pyrene 0,0005166 mg/m3
Radioactive wood 137Cs, 90Sr 0,002 Bq/m3



Guaranteed environmental indexes when burning solid fuels
Carbon monoxide CO content in dry output gases in terms of the excess air ratio equal to one, mg/m3, no more than 250
Nitrogen oxide NO2 content in dry output gases in terms of the excess air ratio equal to one, mg/m3, no more than 145
Content of solid suspended particles in dry output gases, mg/m3, no more 145; (25)*

span>*when equipped with additional filtration systems



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