ELECTROTERM® power stations make best use of the chemical energy available in biomass in order to jointly generate electricity, heat and cold for multiple applications: local councils, hospitals, hotel complexes, etc. These plants consist mainly of a combustion chamber, thermal oil boiler and Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) module. Their operating principle is based on the following steps:
The exhaust steam from the turbine is condensed using cooling water, bringing the cycle to a close.
PRIMARY BOILER NOMINAL THERMAL OIL TEMPERATURE
SECONDARY BOILER NOMINAL THERMAL OIL TEMPERATURE
HEAT TRANSMISSION MEANS USED IN THE PROCESS
Thermal oil in a closed circuit is used to for transmission in biomass cogeneration power stations
COOLING WATER TEMPERATURE
60/80 ºC for ET-CHP 6, 7, 10, 14 / 60/90 ºC for ET-CHP 18, 22, 26 / 61/91 ºC for ET-CHP 28
Long working life of the facility
Quick return on investment
From 2 to 5 years
Increased revenue from use of the heat
Up to 40%
In commissioning, operation and maintenance
Maintenance and personnel
Fully automated and continuous
At partial load
Absence of circumstances such as
High pressures and corrosion problems
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