Biomass boilers need a silo for bio fuel storage located near the boiler. From it, an endless screw or suction feeder, takes it to the boiler, where the combustion takes place. The fuel must be stored at an inclination of about 45 ° for proper insertion into the boiler.
The combustion chamber is the whole area where combustion takes place in a boiler, and in which three parts can be clearly distinguished:
The first is the area where the fuel is mixed with the primary air and, by means of a partial