[Gasification] Chunking wood for small scale biochar production, fotos !
psanders at ilstu.edu
Wed Jan 8 12:17:29 CST 2014
Yes, it certainly seems to be a chunker. Yes, the wood seem weak, but
the machine seems adequate.
Seem to be in some Slavic language? Do we have any further
information? All seems sufficiently inexpensive for many of us, and
could be appropriate for someone in a developing country to make a
living going around chunking people's low-value branches. And there seem
to be other videos suggested by YouTube.
I request assistance from someone(s) with mechanical talents to help
bring such technology to our understands (and ability to replicate and
improve as necessary).
The issue is not the power source (electric or small gasoline or ??).
The issue is the breaking and/or chunking of such biomass.
Doc / Dr TLUD / Prof. Paul S. Anderson, PhD
Email: psanders at ilstu.edu
Skype: paultlud Phone: +1-309-452-7072
On 1/7/2014 10:35 PM, Pete & Sheri wrote:
> I'd certainly call that one a chunker. But I noticed that at least
> one of the branches broke in half as it was fed in. Maybe some pretty
> rotten wood?
> If the machine can do that kind of work with solid wood it seems to be
> a good contender.
> At least for a little while. (It does jump around some).
> Pete Stanaitis
> [mailto:gasification-bounces at lists.bioenergylists.org] *On Behalf Of
> *Cesar Casanova
> *Sent:* Tuesday, January 07, 2014 9:25 PM
> *To:* Discussion of biomass pyrolysis and gasification
> *Subject:* Re: [Gasification] Chunking wood for small scale biochar
> production, fotos !
> Hi, Is this a chunker or wood chipper?
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