Malaysia and Indonesia are rich in palm oil. During the refining process, local palm oil refineries will first extract the core from the pulp, and then peel off the outer shell of the core. The peeled part is the palm kernel shell. Abbreviated as PKS (Palm Kernel Shell). As a by-product of palm oil refining, palm kernel shells (PKS) were once discarded as waste. As global energy prices continue to rise, the use of PKS to replace traditional fossil fuels has been widely accepted and adopted by local energy-intensive enterprises in Malaysia. With global climate warming, countries around the world have increasingly higher requirements for environmental protection and low carbon. As a low-carbon, environmentally friendly biomass energy, PKS is widely accepted and widely used in many developed countries as a substitute for fossil fuels.
On the one hand, it has a greater cost advantage than petroleum energy, and at the same time, it reduces greenhouse gas emissions and thereby alleviates the problem of global warming. According to the authoritative domestic scientific research certification agency, its calorific value reaches 4600-5000Kcal/kg, which is a very high-quality bio-environmental fuel.
Features 1. Substituting waste wood chips for biofuel, with low investment and short construction period.
2. It can be mixed and burned with coal to reduce coal consumption and carbon emissions. It is especially suitable for industries that use coal as fuel such as cement and power generation.
3. Palm shell has superior characteristics than biomass pellet fuel. Its natural density reaches 1.1. It is small in size, light in weight and not easily broken, making it easier to store and transport.
4. Compared with traditional biomass fuel PKS, the calorific value is higher. The moisture content is less than 8%, the ash content is less than 3%, the sulfur content is low, and the combustion is complete. It is suitable for various types of boiler combustion.
5. It is a clean and low-carbon energy that can reduce air pollution, reduce carbon emissions and protect the environment.