Based on Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) technology to produce steam and electricity from nearly all solid fuels from coal and biomass to alternative fuels and wastes.
The classic children’s nursery rhyme continues … “you’ll be in for a big surprise”.
The recovery boiler plays a central role in the chemical cycle of a modern kraft pulp mill and generates energy for the mill.
Based on Bubbling Fluidized Bed (BFB) technology for producing steam and electricity from solid fuels such as renewable biomass and alternate fuels such as sludge, Refuse-Derived Fuel (RDF) and residues.
allows mills to see the chemical cycle in a new light. Over the years, chemical recovery technology suppliers have worked with pulp mills to “close” the chemical recovery loops in order to reduce emissions and effluent – and also to increase recovery efficiency. These loop closures have sometimes led to a build-up of certain chemicals and the creation of side streams that are either ignored or disposed of.
ANDRITZ PULP & PAPER’s continuous research and development activities focus on supporting customers to achieve sustainable production with higher capacities as well as higher energy efficiency and at the same time minimizing the consumption of energy, chemicals, and water. New technologies concentrate on the by-products of pulp production and on creating green energy.
Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) has often made it abundantly clear that its ambition is to be the No.1 supplier of pulp and paper around the world. The company’s latest 2.8 million tonnes a year pulp development, OKI, is a signal that those ambitions remain firmly in place. ANDRITZ supplied what is now the world’s largest recovery boiler to the mill, which is right at the center of the greenfield development in the province of South Sumatra, Indonesia.
Turbogenerators for thermal power plants, power generation systems for the efficient use of traditional fossil fuels as well as biomass, process gases, black liquor, and refuse-derived fuels.