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Most of us believe wood (a kind of biomass) burns. However, a closer look at the fire reveals that wood does not burn at the wood surface. The pyrolysing wood evolves a combustible gas that burns whenever it encounters oxygen in the air.

In simple term, Biomass Gasification is the breaking down of biomass material under intense heat in the absence of oxygen to produce volatile vapor as a kind of combustible gas.

The volatile vapor, usually known as Producer Gas, contains H2 , CH4 , CO as the source of energy and typically CO2 and N2 as the unwanted diluents.

Biomass material is fed into the Gasifier and fluidized to heat up to about 750°C to produce Producer Gas that needs to be cleaned and cooled down prior to being used in gas engines for power generation (Electricity and Heat).

Biomass absorbs CO2 when it grows, and release equivalent amount of CO2 when producing power, thus it is Carbon neutral without creating additional CO2 to the atmosphere.

Biomass has only trace amount of Sulphur and therefore does not release any significant amount of SO2 when producing power, i.e. not creating acid rain to the atmosphere.

Peako focuses to promote Biomass Renewable Energy industry by:
  • An unified standard of Gasification System with rationalized performance specification.
  • Adequate training and after sales services.
  • Enabling users to have reasonable investment return.


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