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Biomass Electrical Gasifier
We are counted among the most distinguished organizations that are engaged in manufacturing, supplying and exporting Biomass Electrical Gasifier. These plants use electricity to extract gas from decaying materials. The gas extracted is further used as fuel in various other industries. Our products are highly appreciated in the market for their high performance and energy efficiency. We construct the Biomass Electrical Gasifier from high-grade components and steel which are brought from the reputed vendors of the market.
Modern agriculture is an extremely energy intensive process. However high agricultural
productivity and subsequently the growth of green revolution has been made possible only
by large amount of energy inputs, especially those from fossil fuels.
1. With recent price rise .
and scarcity of these fuels there has been a trend towards use of alternative energy sources
like solar, wind, geothermal etc.
2. However these energy resources have not been able to
provide an economically viable solution for agricultural applications
3. One biomass energy based system, which has been proven reliable and had been extensively
used for transportation and on farm systems during World War II is wood or biomass
4. Biomass gasification means incomplete combustion of biomass resulting in production of
combustible gases consisting of Carbon monoxide (CO), Hydrogen (H2) and traces of
Methane (CH4). This mixture is called producer gas. Producer gas can be used to run
internal combustion engines (both compression and spark ignition), can be used as substitute
for furnace oil in direct heat applications and can be used to produce, in an economically
viable way, methanol an extremely attractive chemical which is useful both as fuel for heat
engines as well as chemical feedstock for industries
5. Since any biomass material can .
undergo gasification, this process is much more attractive than ethanol production or biogas
where only selected biomass materials can produce the fuel.
Besides, there is a problem that solid wastes (available on the farm) are seldom in a form that
can be readily utilized economically e.g. Wood wastes can be used in hog fuel boiler but the
equipment is expensive and energy recovery is low
6. As a result it is often advantageous to .
convert this waste into more readily usable fuel from like producer gas. Hence the
attractiveness of gasification.
However under present conditions, economic factors seem to provide the strongest argument
of considering gasification
7. In many situations where the price of petroleum fuels is high .
or where supplies are unreliable the biomass gasification can provide an economically viable
system provided the suitable biomass feedstock is easily available (as is indeed the case in
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