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In recent years, CBM has seized the opportunity of the “One Belt, One Road” initiative and cooperated with cross-border e-commerce to continuously increase the development of overseas markets. CBM's products have been sold to more than 80 countries and regions around the world, and the brand influence of CBM is expanding. In Mongolia, CBM's chain grate 130th biomass fired boiler in sri lanka for craft brewing industs, fast-assembling oil and gas boilers, and biomass chain-type grate boilers are popular because of their sufficient output, excellent performance, and environmentally-friendly efficiency.

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Dual bagasse and coal fired steam 130th biomass fired boiler in sri lanka for craft brewing indust for sale in ZG Boiler can be widely applied in central heating. With the winter approaching, there are a large demand for central heating, especially Russia, Canada and many other countries which belongs to continental climate. Dual bagasse and coal fired steam boiler has a flexible fuel adaptability, not only the coals, including bituminous coal, lignite, lean coal but also the biomass energy such as rice husks, straw, palm shell, coconut shell, wood waste, sawdust, tree branches, corner cobs and so on can be its fuels.

Economically feasible Straw biomass circulating fluidized bed Boiler

Co-firing of biomass and fossil fuels is an alternative where existing large utility boilers with only minor modifications can utilise biomass up to 15% of their thermal capacity. This system ensures the flexible use of biomass in supercritical or USC boilers and power plants designed for very high efficiency and low emissions, levels that wouldn’t be economically feasible in small biomass fired power plants. The use of co-combustion technology of biomass in coal fired power plants is a quick solution allowing the production of renewable energy in existing power stations.