Insufficient combustion of biomass pellets is not a problem with the pellets themselves. This article will introduce you to the conditions for complete combustion of biomass pellet fuel
The temperature is high enough to ensure the heat required for fire, while maintaining an effective burning rate. The ignition point of biomass pellet fuel is about 250℃, and its temperature increase is supplied by the subsequent fuel that burns well. During the ignition process, the heat gradually accumulates, so that more fuel participates in the reaction, and the temperature also increases. When the temperature reaches 800℃ Above, biomass will be able to burn well.
If the air volume is too small, the combustible components cannot be fully burned, resulting in incomplete combustion loss; however, if the air volume is too much, the temperature of the combustion chamber will be lowered, affecting the degree of complete combustion, and in addition, it will cause a large amount of flue gas, Reduce boiler thermal efficiency.
The fuel burns at a certain speed, and it takes a certain amount of time to achieve the maximum degree of combustion so that the combustion is complete. The biggest problem in combustion adjustment is to keep the residence time of combustion in the furnace as much as possible. With enough combustion time, complete combustion can be achieved.
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