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| Hans Iverson|
US - 55423 Minneapolis
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Main focus:||IHB (Infused High BTU) Fuel Technology is an additive, which when blended into wood biomass prior to pelletization, infuses the biomass microfibers during the pelleting process and tightly bonds the pellet structure. It provides significant value for the makers and users of all solid pellets. In so doing, IHB provides enhanced added value to the existing certified grade of wood or other select alternative solid fuels.
The IHB technology could allow pelletization of any biomass which has previously been difficult to pelletize to a commercial grade and, therefore, has not been made into pellets such as refuse derived material (RDM) biomass or municipal solid waste (MSW), thus increasing the global supply of fuel pellets and providing disposal solutions, such as(MSW) and palm waste.
In particular, IHB:
Binds the biomass tightly together. This: creates a total moisture resistance (allowing outside storage); reduces waste and fines; increases structural strength, and, thus, reduces shipment and storage loss through pellet breakup; eliminates the start of biological degradation; and reduces dust and particulate inhalants.
Lubricates the biomass so that it passes through the pelletizing machines easier, which: Requires less energy (as much as a 75% reduction); and provides a longer incineration rate within the pellet, thereby: Increasing BTU output; Reduces ash content with longer incineration; and Reduces the destruction from chlorides and trace metals in the ash.
Allows for the pelletizing of higher moisture content in feedstock's up to 25%. Eliminates static attraction.
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In Slovenia arises one of the largest and most modern waste treatment plants in Europe.Category: Recycling / MBT
The final unit of the incineration plant is one of the most important parts as it has the objective of cleaning the air pollutants produced.Category: Incineration
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