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The Essentials of a Good Bottom Ash Conveyor

The Essentials of a Good Bottom Ash Conveyor

A bottom ash conveyor is an essential piece of equipment for an ash handling and solid fuel bottom ash process. While there are several different types, the general characteristics and features of a bottom ash conveyor are the same. What features make for a good… read more

Biomass Co-firing, Lawsuits, and More: Biomass in 2016

Biomass Co-firing, Lawsuits, and More: Biomass in 2016

The biomass industry had an interesting 2015. The EPA held back on definitive rulings on carbon emissions for the industry, and more energy was produced by biomass than in previous years. As we begin 2016, it is time to look forward and see what is… read more

How to Increase the Lifespan of Rotary Airlock Feeders

How to Increase the Lifespan of Rotary Airlock Feeders

Rotary airlock feeders are essential components to efficient material handling processes. Whether you’re handling free-flowing powders, wood pellets, or other materials, your system will depend on your rotary airlock feeders correctly functioning. You’ll also want maximum longevity for your rotary airlock feeders to decrease their… read more

What to Look For when Buying Screw Metering Bins

What to Look For when Buying Screw Metering Bins

Screw metering bins are essential when it comes to smoothly and efficiently feeding fuel into a boiler. They are integral to keeping the power-producing process running as it should. But not all screw metering bins are created equal. Keep reading to learn why screw metering… read more

Getting Maximum Efficiency from Your Reclaim Screws

Getting Maximum Efficiency from Your Reclaim Screws

Reclaim screws are integral parts of the process for many plants. They need to be kept operating at maximum efficiency, otherwise inefficiency can drag down rates and increase costs through inefficiencies in the process. Here’s how you can ensure that you are getting maximum efficiency… read more

Learning from the UK: The Fate of Biomass Overseas

Learning from the UK: The Fate of Biomass Overseas

It is fair to say that biomass has garnered a lot more momentum overseas than it has domestically. But one political development in the United Kingdom could spell a downturn for biomass in that country, one that could be echoed in the United States should… read more