Biomass Fuel Handling solution delivered to Czestochowa, Poland

Fortum is one of the most active Scandinavian investors in Poland. With their Czestochowa CHP plant they produce heat and power within a co-generation process.

BMH Technology’s delivery to Fortum is a biomass handling plant, a turnkey process line integrated with the power boiler of 130MWth. The fuel handling system consists of a truck receiving station, a fuel quality control station, two storage silos with TYRANNOSAURUS® Rotating Screw Reclaimers, conveyors to the boiler and necessary auxiliary systems.

Customer Fortum, Czestochowa, Poland
Category: CHP plant
Fuel receiving capacity: 600 m3/h
Fuel preparation capacity: 600 m3/h
Fuel storage volume: 5 000 m3
Boiler feeding capacity: 150 m3/h
Boiler size and data: ~130 MWth
Main equipment: Chain Reclaimer, TYRANNOSAURUS® BioScreen, Magnet separator, TYRANNOSAURUS® BioCrusher, 2 x Silo equipped with 2 x TYRANNOSAURUS® Rotating Screw Reclaimers and conveyors to the day silos.
Start-up: 2009