Cleaning of biomass boilers
Biomass incinerators constitute - due to their unbalanced fuel calorific values and varying pollution - problematic plants in which the desired and scheduled boiler operating periods are often not reached. According to our experience it is reasonable to clean such boilers by using water, air or possibly even steam as the blowing agents.
The technology of Water Cannon (SMART Cannon) – characterised by individually adjustable and flexible blowing figures – is particularly suited for cleaning combustion chambers. It enables effective cleaning with a small number of blowers and low operating costs.
For the heat recovery sections in most cases air-driven sootblowers are selected.
If conventional Sootblowers are installed, it is unavoidable to use air or superheated steam as the blowing agent.
(Wet and moist steam causes caking of the fouling so that manual cleaning cannot be avoided).
- Extension of operating periods
- Reduction of maintenance costs and erosion
- Optimally clean heating surfaces
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