Date: Tuesday, 27 April 2021
Time: 11:45 - 12:45 CEST
Session code IBO.2
Advances in Small Scale Thermochemical Conversion
Purowin Technology - Ultra-Low Dust Emissions without Filter for Wood Chips and Pellets as Fuel
Short Introductive summary
Small-scale residential biomass combustion for space heating and warm water production holds a considerable share on the total energy production from biomass. As one of the main technologies for a reduction of the GHG and based on the objectives of the European Green Deal it is expected that the market potential for small-scale biomass boilers will further increase within the next years. One of the main-disadvantages of conventional technology of biomass-combustion in residential heating appliances compared to fossil fuel fired systems are still the PM emissions. The increase of biomass utilisation in residential heating must be combined with a decrease of harmful emissions by substituting old appliances by new ones and introducing new ultra-low emission technologies. Thus, new and sustainable technologies for residential heating with high efficiency and low emissions (with a special focus on dust) are required to meet this goal.
Windhager Zentralheizung Technik, Innovation Dpt.
- Studies of mechanical engineering on the TU Graz
- Research Department of Wolf Klimatechnik GmbH
- Technical manager in different fields of engineering
- Head of Research at Windhager Zentralheizung Technik GmbH
- Innovation-Manager at Windhager Zentralheizung Technik GbmH
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Session reference: IBO.2.4