Canada 2T/H Turnkey Biomass Wood Pellet Plant
Application: Wood Pellet Production Line
Output:2 Tons Per Hour
Canada is a vast forest nation with a professional forest sector and ready infrastructure, positioning it to be a global wood pellet supplier. The industry got its start using sawmill residues, and they still meet the bulk of its needs. But it also uses such low -value wood supplies as harvest residues, unmerchantable species, and salvage logs from areas hard hit by insects, disease or fire.
As a Crown treasure, Canada's forests are managed for a multitude of values. But don't take our word for it. Canada is home to 42% of the world's certified forest area, far more than any other nation.The vast majority of Canadian wood pellets are made from sawmill residuals - sawdust. The rest are made from the residuals from harvesting operations for sawmills and pulp mills, or low-grade timber from forest industry harvest sites that has no other economic value.
Canada is currently the second largest exporter of wood pellets in the world. With such a strong development background, our Canadian customer's decision to invest in a wood pellet processing plant is obviously very sensible.
For this project, biggest problem is the workshop part. Customer have a very very special type workshop, and very small,workshop size is 26m*20m*12m(L*W*H),so it is very difficult to build a 2 ton full-automatic wood pellet production line in a factory building that already has a height limit.,so we need to customize the wood pellet line to fit this workshop.
The raw material of this customized wood pellet production line is 50% moisture wood chips , 50% moisture sawdust, and the final size requirement is 6-12mm. According to customer requirements, the main equipment we configure with this production line(total power:385kw) includes hot sale wood chipper machine,super quality wood hammer mill for wood sawdust, shifter, wood pellet rotary dryer, storage bin, industrial machinery wood pellet machine, wood pellet cooler, auto-packing machine and other auxiliary equipment. Since the final product is used for sales, in order to increase the production line rate, we have specially configured an automatic packaging system for our customers. This is a 2t/h production line with a complicated process. The installation period is 60 days. In the later operation, it takes about 5 people to ensure the normal operation of the production line.
In this project cooperation, exquisite process design and strong production team are very critical factors to impress customers. The final biomass pellets of the project are mainly used for export, and have high quality requirements. Environmental protection and energy saving are integrated into the design of the plan. The dust removal system runs through the entire production link, so as to achieve zero pollution and zero emissions, and meet the local regulations of customers. Environmental protection requirements,the tailored production line design and beautiful production line installation not only meet the customer's requirements, improve the customer's return on investment, but also demonstrate the professionalism of Richi Machinery in the turn-key project above the level of the same industry.
1.Two pellet quality certification programs: ENplus and CANplus. ENplus certification began in 2010 and now accounts for about 80 per cent of pellets sold in the European heating sector. The European Pellet Council (EPC) governs the ENplus program and issues licenses to national pellet associations that manage the program in their own countries. CANplus certification is essentially identical to ENplus, with the only difference being that CANplus is governed in Canada by WPAC. Since CANplus is Canada's national pellet quality certification program, it must be governed in Canada and not in Europe.
2.In Canada, some provincial government(notably Ontario) have developed, or are developing new rules for wood heating requiring the use of CANplus certified wood pellets in pellet boilers.
3.Canadian pellet production complies with international technical standards, including ISO/CEN.
4.The Canadian Standards Association created the CAN CSA ISO standard that follows ISO Technical Committee 238. CANPlus is borrowed from ENPlus and accepted by the US Environmental Protection Agency.