[Gasification] Message post request
tombreed2010 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 24 22:15:47 CST 2011
Pyrolytic gasification of biomass produces charcoal and a very combustible gas good for cooking - see our website www.woodgas.com.
The maximum temperature we record on a thermocouple for this process is about 700C, and the maxi,I. Temperaure of the container is about half that. Ordinary tin cans discolor, but don't burn out.
Our camp stoves sold at our site have a double stainless wall. No problems with using hundreds of times.
Buy one and try it...
Dr Thomas B Reed
President, The Biomass Energy Foundation
On Jan 24, 2011, at 6:27 AM, "Chris Dunn" <marketing at bssa.org.uk> wrote:
> I recently signed up to the Biomass Gasification list and would like post the following message to all list members:
> Stainless Steel and Biomass Gasification
> I am writing from the British Stainless Steel Association (www.bssa.org.uk). As the UK trade association for the stainless steel industry we are interested to learn more about the current and potential future uses for stainless steel in renewable energy technologies.
> Our research has already identified various applications for stainless steel in bioenergy technologies e.g. biomass boiler grates, digester and storage tanks. I would be very interested to hear from you about how stainless steel is currently being used in bioenergy technologies, along with any potential future applications you may know of. We are particularly interested in the grades of stainless steel used or being considered for a particular application, although any information will be gratefully received.
> Please feel free to contact me directly by email: marketing at bssa.org.uk
> Best wishes,
> Chris Dunn
> Market Researcher (Renewable Energy)
> British Stainless Steel Association
> Chris Dunn | Market Researcher (Renewable Energy)
> British Stainless Steel Association | Broomgrove | 59 Clarkehouse Road | Sheffield S10 2LE
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