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KJ supplies wood chipping system for Thai biomass power plant, the system includes input and output belt conveyor, wood chipper, and electric control cabinet.

Because the trees and vegetation from which it is produced can be replenished by re-planting, and because the carbon dioxide (CO2) that is created when it is burnt is released into the atmosphere and used in the growing process. 

It delivers other environmental benefits, including a low carbon footprint, no harmful sulphur or mercury emissions; and produces significantly less nitrogen, resulting in less acid rain, smog and other toxic air pollutants.

That raw timber - cut logs (non-saw logs/technical lumber), fire-damaged wood, forest thinnings and sawmill residues are those good material for biomass power plant.

Biomass is already the leading source of renewable energy worldwide - estimates vary from 44% to 65% - and has the potential to satisfy a sizeable proportion of energy demands in both the near- and long-term.  In 2011, Biomass-fuelled power generators provided around 10% of the world’s energy supply, and the International Energy Agency predicts that global BFE electricity generation capacity will increase ten-fold, from 50GW (Gigawatts) in 2009 to 560GW in 2050.

An 20TPH high efficient wood chipping system was installed in Thailand last week, the project is located in Northeast of Thailand, close to Vientiane, Laos.

With main motor 185KW, 3 rotor knives, KJDS318D3 wood chipper produces fuel wood chips in size 25-30mm, which will be burnt efficiently in boiler.