The main energy consumed by the paper industry is steam, and most of the paper-making enterprises use coal-fired steam boilers currently. The function of these steam boilers is to use coal or other fuels to produce high-temperature steam through the conversion of energy, and then transport the steam to various production workshops to achieve a variety of technological purposes, such as cooking, drying and so on. With the introduction of policies on energy conservation and emission reduction, the boiler transformation of the paper mill has also been put on the agenda, and the application of CFB boilers has gradually matured.
The boiler used in a paper mill may also have another function — power generation, which belongs to the heat and power cogeneration. It is the current trend of energy-saving and emission reduction which is very encouraged by the state. The capacity of this kind of boiler is usually over 20 tons/h, and the superheated steam can achieve the cascade utilization by the heat and power cogeneration. Steam generated by the back pressure turbo generator after generating electricity is used again in the process production, which greatly improves the economic benefit of the paper mill.
Therefore, EPCB's new energy-saving coal/biomass fired boiler is loved by many paper-making enterprises because of its advantages such as high efficiency, energy-saving, stability, and reliability.