What is Green solution to energy generation?
In recent years, there has been a push to create more biomass plants and generate fuel from organic and sustainable materials, such as converting wood chips, food and agricultural waste, and other waste into 'green' energy.
This renewable energy solution relies significantly on the availability of high-quality water and has the potential to save significant amounts of carbon. Burning wood or other organic matter releases carbon, although this is counterbalanced by the carbon dioxide absorbed during their initial growth. Biofuels, in combination with combined heat and power (CHP) technology, offer a proven, cost-effective, and environmentally benign way to satisfy future energy demands.
Self-sufficiency that pays off!
Biomass plants contribute to the circular economy while also offering financial opportunities to their owners and operators. Incoming biomass is typically paid a "gate" fee, which is then burned to generate power for use on site or to return to the electric grid. Heat from a CHP plant, like power generated from biomass, can be used to make the site self-sufficient or sold to the community.
Water requirements that are stringent!
The heat generated by burning biomass is utilised to transform water into steam, which is then used to power a turbine, which is connected to a generator. To avoid glass pellets developing on the turbine, which may throw it dangerously off balance, very high quality water with an exceptionally low silica standard is necessary.
In this regard, skid-mounted water pretreatment systems have had a lot of success, with a typical platform combining a softener, a carbon filter, and a reverse osmosis (RO) unit, which can remove over 99 percent of contaminants. The water is then polished to the desired specifications by continuous electrodeionisation (CEDI).
Many advantages from a single system-
Aside from water filtration, skid-mounted systems have other advantages. The time it takes to install a water purification system on a busy construction site with multiple contractors must be kept to a minimum. Before being delivered to site, skid-mounted systems can be pre-tested and commissioned in a matter of days rather than weeks.
Furthermore, RO-CEDI technology eliminates the toxic chemicals utilised in conventional chemical deionisation systems. Not only is this better from a health and safety standpoint, but it also lowers the continuous operating cost of purchasing chemicals.
Fast commissioning with a mobile solution
Mobile water treatment plants can also help supplement biomass water purification systems by providing temporary extra capacity and speeding up the commissioning process.
A transportable plant, consisting of deionisation and RO units mounted on a trailer, can be moved to the site and used to flush the newly installed biomass system before it is turned on, ensuring that the drum and pipes are clean. Biomass plants are typically modest, requiring a system that can produce 5-10 m3 of filtered water per hour.
However, most plants include a big drum that, at current pace of water purification, takes a long time to fill.Mobile units are also advantageous in this situation, allowing for quick filling of the drum during the commissioning stage. The transportable units can also be used as an emergency backup, which is a final and hopefully needless application. In the event that the unimaginable occurs, a mobile unit can be quickly erected to ensure that water purification continues during the maintenance period.
What can Netsol Water provide?
Netsol Water is a significant water and wastewater treatment firm in India, offering WTP, WWTP, STP, ETP, RO Plant, Water Softening plant manufacture, among other services. The company creates equipment’s and is committed to providing practical solutions that help businesses flourish. We are committed to providing our valued customers with hands-on service, customized products as per their needs, expert counselling, and training.