Exploring the Biomass Boiler

Gas Boilers

Industrial boilers can take an unfortunate amount of resources to run. Large boilers are both energy hogs and can consume large quantities of fuel that are a drain on a company’s resources and bad for the environment. Many factories are turning favicon to alternative methods of boiler construction or energy sources to help cut back on energy waste and reduce their impact on the environment.

One of these new industrial boiler types is the biomass boiler. Biomass boilers use waste from forests, agricultural land, urban environments, and other industrial factories to heat water inside the boiler. The main benefit of using this fuel system as opposed to traditional fossil fuels is the impact is has on the environment. Carbon produced from biomass boilers is a more natural form of carbon. Carbon produced through the burning of traditional fossil fuels is a different type that is unable to be processed naturally.

Biomass boilers can take some of the waste generated from other areas of an industrial factory and convert them into a heating source that is renewable and can power the large boiler machines. This not only impacts the environment favorably, but it also helps a factory save money on fuel costs and maximize their energy-efficiency.

Companies all over the world that are trying to maximize their energy-efficiency to improve their carbon footprints and reduce energy waste are switching to alternative boilers like the biomass industrial boiler.

The implementation of biomass boilers can be on the expensive side, but in general, it can bring cost savings to a factory in the end. Factories have a choice between four types of biomass boilers: pellet-fired, combined heat and power, surge bin, or fully automated systems. Each system has their own benefits for different industrial processes.