Power Plants 200 to 7.000 kWel

Biomass power plants - the ICS CHP (Combined heat and power) technologyBiomass cogeneration plant 293x220

Our biomass power plants (cogeneration plants) are produced for the energy supply of industrial processes and can be operated with steam or silicone oils. In a cogeneration process heat and electricity is generated. For the electricity production are used high mainly quality steam turbines. The modular design of our systems allows the detailed implementation of the plants according to the customers requirements and the respective fuels. The power plants are built up turnkey and handed over ready to work to our customers.

  

Products:

ICS CHP - industrial applications up to 7.000 kWel

The biomass power plants ICS CHP with steam parameters of up to 35 bar and 500 °C generate clean electricity and heat from biomass. Depending on the system desgin and fuel specification, up to 7.000 kWel and 28.000 kWth are produced. The heavy industrial design is distinguished mainly by their durability and robustness. Flexible heat output parameters make these reliable systems interesting to a wide range of applications.

ICS CHP Compact - work ready power plants up to 500 kWel

The compact systems ICS CHP Compact were developed specially for export projects and decentralized power applications. This plant type from 200 to 500 kWel is characterized by a very compact and space-saving design. All internal piping and electrical connections are prepared at the factory, so that the equipment can be delivered ready for use. The compact units are prefabricated at the factory on corresponding steel frames for quickly installation and start-up on side.

 

Application areas for the ICS CHP system:Biomass powerplant Stainach 293x220

      • Wood industry
      • Pellet plants
      • Drying plants
      • District heating nets
      • Diary industry
      • Brewery industry
      • Green houses
      • Food production industry

 

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The cogeneration process - power and heat in combination

In the cogeneration process, water is pressurized in a steam boiler and then superheated. The superheated steam flows to a steam turbine, in which the conversion of thermal into mechanicak energy takes place. A to the turbine connected generator produces electrical energy. The expanded exhaust steam from the turbine passes to a condenser in wich the remaining energy, which is typically used for heating purposes, is passed to a heat transfer medium.

 

Plant design - customer specific and individualBiomass powerplant Wiesmoor 293x220

The electrical power production is directly coupled to the heat consumption. 100 % output of the heat generator produce approximately 18 % electrical and 82 % thermal energy, depending on the operating parameters. In this division heat is available at a temperature of 90 °C. The lower the heat output temperature, the more electrical power and less heat power can be produced.

 

Waste heat usage - flexible process parameters and applications

The process heat occured from the cogeneration process can be made available in the form of process water or process steam in a temperature range from 40 °C to 200 °C and a power range of 1.000 to 28.000 kWth. For the electrical power production back presure-, condensation-, or extraction turbines are used to provide the required process parameters. For a regulated power plant operation a continuous heat consumption is very important. In addition, variation of the heat concumption can be compensated with fully automatic cooling systems.

 

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