[Gasification] Coconut husk gasification

Mark Elliott Ludlow mark at ludlow.com
Sun Apr 5 01:05:48 MDT 2015

Hello John,

How did you surmount the silica slagging often encountered with rice hulls
as a gasification substrate?

Thank you!



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Subject: Re: [Gasification] Coconut husk gasification



On Sat, Apr 4, 2015 at 1:03 PM, John W. Clark <john at gpeid.com
<mailto:john at gpeid.com> > wrote:

Hello all,

I have been an avid follower of this site for the past couple of years and
have learned quite a bit about the state of the art of gasifiers. Our
company has just completed a 100% producer gas fueled 24 KW power system for
rural village in Bali as a pilot project using rice husks.  To say it has
been a learning experience would be an understatement but we are proud of
our accomplishments. 

Next challenge is to use fiber from coconut husks-not dense shells- to
produce 50 KW of electricity on remote islands.

Anyone have any experience in this or recommendations.

Thank you

John Clark,

PT Gasifier Prima Energi

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