BIOMASS FUEL HANDLING SYSTEMS

RELIABLE FUEL FEEDING EQUIPMENT

A biomass fuel handling system performs three functions: the storage of the fuel on site, the feeding of the fuel into the burner, and ash extraction after the combustion process. Calore offers a range of automated fuel handling systems that are compatible with our burners. Based on the site setup, desired fuel storage capacity, burner rating and fuel type, we can provide an optimised solution.

Hopper with auger
Bunker with agitator and auger
Bunker with walking floor and auger

Hopper with agitator and auger, installed on site:

WHAT IS AN AGITATOR AND AN AUGER?

An agitator is used for irregular biomass fuel types, especially wood chips. The agitator is placed in the bottom of a fuel bunker or hopper. It has a spring-loaded core with blades that rotate, which prevents the wood chips from clumping together and causing a disruption in the fuel supply.

The agitator pushes the wood chips into a slot, where an auger (a type of screw) turns and feeds the wood chips into the biomass burner.

LOW ENERGY COST
NEAR-ZERO CARBON TAX
LONG-TERM SECURITY OF SUPPLY
ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY
GRID-INDEPENDENT ENERGY