The application of biomass fuels for energy production can
contribute to reducing the emission of greenhouse gases and
other pollutants, which is essential for reaching recent emission
The Temperature range for slow pyrolysis of biomass is 300–
650 °C, according to the most frequently quoted ranges in the
literature presented by Basu.
The Pyrolysis process involves very complex and diverse
chemical reactions occurring instantaneously.
Plant Capacity : 800 to 3000 Kg/Hr. – Feed Stock.
The mass balance for the oat straw pyrolysis process shows
that as the pyrolysis temperature increased, a significant
increase in the Pyrolytic gas and tar yields was achieved.
The yield of gas increased from 13.1% at 300 °C to 16.3% at
600 °C. The solid product yields declined as the
temperature increased, and the char concentration
increased from 48% at the lowest temperature to 24% at
the highest Temperature.
The mass yields of the liquid products followed a trend
similar to that of the Pyrolytic gas yield and the highest tar
content (57%) was obtained at 600 °C.
Output Material will be used in Various Industries like,