Biomass as fuel can be found in many forms and grain sizes. These range from powders to large diameter logs. It comes from three major sources:
- Bioenergy crops
- Agricultural waste
- Forestry waste
The most widely used biomass in industrial boilers for producing steam and heat is forestry mulch, which comes in various sizes, ranging from olive stones and nut shells to chips, shavings and bark from pruning trees.
The industrial biomass boilers that ATTSU manufactures and installs are adapted for use with any type of biomass, since it is the grille that is adapted to the type of fuel. Thanks to the extensive experience of the professional team at ATTSU, they can provide any advice required on the energy efficiency of each type of fuel biomass.