[Gasification] Producer Gas issues in a baking oven

Mano Va gmmanovassm at gmail.com
Thu Feb 25 22:18:17 CST 2016

Hi srini sir,

1.Tar content based on your gas outlet position and I want to know your gas
outlet temperature

2.Above 450 'C its possible to reduce tar but in updraft Pyrolysis gas also
mixed  in it

3.Duel fuel Oil burners may help to solve this issues



On Thu, Feb 25, 2016 at 8:13 PM, Srinivas Nuti <nuti.srinivas1 at gmail.com>

> Dear all,
> We have installed an updraft gasifier of 8 TPD capacity using biomass
> briquettes for substitution of LPG in a baking oven of temperature of 170 C.
> The gasifier is air based atmospheric updraft. The producer gas generated
> has successfully erected and commissioned.
> But we have observed these issues in one out of 3 ovens while the other
> two are working fine.
> We have faced these problems with burner of third oven.
> 1) It ran for 6 days but later on the producer gas is not able to catch
> fire at the burner end.
> 2) Due to lack of flame burner does not start.
> 3) We have installed tar condenser anticipating tar choke on burner
> nozzle, but still no positive results.
> Your guidance and experience on the same is highly appreciated.
> with best regards,
> Srinivas Nuti
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