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afbc boiler coal consumption

Second, because great efforts in recent years, National Board of Boiler "from coal to gas," the first two years of production of gas afbc boiler coal consumptions and large manufacturers are showing a shortage situation, but also a part of newborn would like to take an opportunity to withdraw money speculative manufacturers . Xiao Bian remind you once again, in the purchase of a condensing boiler must keep their eyes open, cooperation and quality reputation Double Excellence boiler manufacturers.

In recent years, the state environmental protection is all the more attention we as a company with the times, in order to respond positively to the implementation of the national environmental protection requirements from coal to gas project. But the choice of afbc boiler coal consumption suppliers in this area quite a headache, after repeated comparison and investigation, we chose to partner with fast boiler. Fang did not disappoint quickly proved that the recommended boiler operation after use to fully meet our needs, both energy saving and environmental protection, high thermal efficiency, to a certain extent, cost savings for our fuel. --customer feedback

What is the transformation of the principle of low nitrogen afbc boiler coal consumption: In recent years, the state vigorously promote clean air plan, Yajian coal. Whether the use of coal-fired central heating boilers, and rural small coal stove for cooking and heating, are gradually being clean energy alternatives under the relevant policy. Thus, in recent years, sulfur dioxide, dust content in the atmosphere continues to decline. But it is worth noting that more and more use of natural gas, also caused a certain amount of nitrogen oxide pollution.

36MW palm and biomass power plant in Malaysia

ZG once setup 75ton biomass power plant boiler in Malaysia, The article below is talking about anoter palm biomass power plant built in Malaysia with 36MW. ZG provide biomass power plant to a palm oil industry,the African oil palm, is the world'smost productive energy crop. Not only does its fruit bunches yield vast amounts of oil that can be used to make biodiesel, a plantation also delivers ligno-cellulosic biomass that can be used as a feed stock for second generation ethanol, and the oil-production process yields copious amounts of residues that find use in biogas production, as a bioenergy feedstock for co-firing with coal or as base chemicals for the production of bioplastics and a series of highly valuable biomaterials.