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Wood-fired Combined Heat Case Study

Junckers Industrier A/S is Denmark’s largest wood processor and manufacturer. The factory processes more than 500,000 tons of logs into solid wood parquet flooring and tabletops annually. In July 1996, Junckers Industrier A/S contracted with Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S (B&W Vølund) for the building of a new multifuel-fired combined heat and power (CHP) plant.

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Biomass-Fired CHP Plant Case Study

The building of the combined heat and power (CHP) plant in Assens is part of the political 1993 biomass agreement aimed at converting all district heating plants larger than 1 MW into biomass-based CHP plants. It has the capacity to supply nearly all of the town’s 5,400 inhabitants with combined heat and power.

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Waste-to-Energy Technology Case Study

The DynaGrate® combustion system is the result of more than 40 years of development. The air-cooled grate is ideal for the incineration of both domestic and industrial waste because of the high efficiency combustion, excellent utilization of energy and good bottom ash quality.

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Landskrona Incineration Plant Case Study

Multi-fuel combined heat and power plant project included an SNCR, semi-dry flue gas cleaning with fly ash system and residual silo.

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Open-Bottom Bubbling Fluidized-Bed Technology Case Study

Bubbling fluidized-bed (BFB) systems are attractive when wide fuel flexibility is required, and for firing high moisture and lower heating value fuels. B&W’s solution – an open-bottom bubbling fluidized-bed unit, was the first such B&W design in North America.

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From Black Liquor to Sludge Case Study

Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) has extensive experience with boiler conversions and modifications, including extensive refurbishments of older recovery boilers to BFB conversion while reusing existing buildings and ancillary equipment.

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Bulleh Shah Packaging – Pakistan Biomass Case Study

Under a licensing agreement, B&W Vølund has supplied technology to a biomass fired energy plant at the Bulleh Shah Packaging Limited paper factory. The fuel consists of residues from local wheat straw, cotton stalks, corn, rice and river grass. The plant’s steam data will be 150 t/h at 530 degrees and 98 bara: enough to secure stability in the supply of steam and power to the factory. A reliable supply of energy is rare in Pakistan. It can be both expensive and challenging for the factory when p

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Waste Wood-Fired Biomass Power Plant Case Study

This new biomass plant will be capable of processing waste wood, including contaminated wood and fuel containing metals, with no pre-treatment required. The plant will generate 40 MW of green electricity, which is enough to supply 78,000 homes.

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B&W’s DRB-XCL® Burners Reduce NOx in South Africa Case Study

A major industrial petrochemical plant in South Africa needed to significantly reduce nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions to comply with the country’s latest air quality monitoring, management and control standards. The National Environment Management: Air Quality Act required that levels be reduced to 750 mg/Nm3 for each combustion installation with a thermal rating of more than 50 MW. With levels rated at 1100 mg/Nm3, plant operators began to look at options to help achieve compliance.

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Wet Flue Gas Desulfurization System Midwestern Case Study 2

Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) wet flue gas desulfurization (FGD) systems feature a combination of design components to provide the industry’s highest level of reliability and removal efficiencies. These include B&W's signature tray tower design to provide excellent gas to liquid contact and uniform flow distribution through the absorber spray zones; its patented inlet awning, interspatial headers to reduce absorber height, pump power requirements, and internal support costs; forced oxidation system; an

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