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Posted on: 31 / 10 / 2019 | 0 Comentarios
E & M Combustion has presented its paper "Innovative solutions of biomass for industrial uses" within the workshop "Biomass for thermal uses", organized by the Basque Energy Agency (EVE) and the Hazi Foundation past 30th October at the Artium Museum of Vitoria-Gasteiz. The event was attended by installers, such as engineering and architecture companies, wood sector companies and local entities interested in facilities for the use of biomass.
Posted on: 27 / 10 / 2017 | 0 Comentarios
Due to the rising fossil fuel prices alternative solutions for energy needs are sought. One of these alternatives may be biomass boilers. And within the existing technologies for obtaining energy from biomass, there are torsional chamber biomass boilers. In this article we explain how it works our retractable combustion heads for biomass boilers.
Posted on: 15 / 04 / 2017 | 0 Comentarios
With the recent signing of the Paris Agreement in which countries take on new commitments in advancing in the use of renewable energy with marking new milestones in reducing emissions, it becomes increasingly necessary to develop new equipments by using alternative fuels to traditional ones. In this respect, E & M Combustion offers a new line of burners which fuel is the biomass, including pellet burners.
Posted on: 09 / 12 / 2014 | 0 Comentarios
E & M Combustion has been very successful in Expobiomasa Fair, held between 21 and 23 October in Valladolid, where it introduced two innovations in this field: the new pellet burner JBP as well as a containerized power plant for steam generation using fuel wood biomass.
Posted on: 14 / 05 / 2014 | 0 Comentarios
Development of pellet burners. E & M Combustion has installed the first prototype of a modulating pellets industrial burner in a laundry in Zamora (Spain), with satisfactory results. The burner is mounted on a 750 kg/h conventional steam boiler and operates in a 1:8 modulation range with low emissions levels.