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Co-Firing Biomass With Coal Utilizing Water Cooled Vibrating Grate Technology

Published: Wednesday, September 1, 1999
Co-firing biomass with coal has been implemented successfully for many years using conventional combustion grate technology for use in the pulp and paper industry for systems ranging in size up to 70 MW. With the application of water cooled vibrating grates, biomass co-firing can be applied for larger utility size systems. This paper discusses benefits both more»


Manitowoc Overcomes Coal Firing Challenge

Published: Tuesday, June 1, 1999
Manitowoc Public Utilities (MPU) is Wisconsin’s largest municipally owned generating utility. Located on the western shore of Lake Michigan, it provides electricity and water to the city of Manitowoc and provides low pressure steam to local customers. Total generating capacity of the power plant is about 89 MWe. MPU has completed several projects t more»


Vibrating Grate Stokers for the Sugar Industry

Published: Tuesday, December 1, 1998
Some 15 years ago in the United States, it became apparent that traveling grate and water-cooled pinhole grate stokers were no longer able to cope with the increasing demands of the biomass burning industry, particularly pulp and paper. These demands included lower excess air firing for efficiency and emission control, higher boiler capacities, and greater more»


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