The overall structure and function of the biomass boiler
 The overall structure of a biomass boiler consists of two parts: a boiler, an auxiliary equipment and a safety dosing unit. The main components of the boiler, such as furnaces, drums, burners, water walls, superheaters, economizers, air preheaters, frames and furnace walls, form the core part of the production steam, called the boiler body. The two important components in the boiler body are the hearth and the drum. The furnace, also called the combustion chamber, is the space in which the fuel burns. The combustion of the furnace and the fire bed on which the solid fuel is placed on the furnace is called a stratified furnace, also called a fire bed furnace; liquid, gas or powdered solid fuel is injected into the furnace of the combustion chamber, called a chamber. The combustion furnace, also known as the fire chamber furnace; the coal particles lift the air to burn in a boiling state, and the furnace suitable for burning the inferior fuel is called a boiling furnace, also called a fluidized bed furnace; the air flow is used to rotate the coal particles at a high speed. A strongly burning cylindrical furnace is called a cyclone furnace.
The overall structure and function of the biomass boiler
   The main function of the boiler drum
   The main function of the drum is to store water, separate steam and water, eliminate salt water and sludge in the tank water during operation, and avoid water containing high concentrations of salt and impurities from entering the superheater. Fresh air ventilating fan axial fan. And in the steam turbine.
   Boiler drum internal device
 These include steam and water separation and steam cleaning devices, water distribution pipes, sewage and dosing equipment. The function of the steam-water separator is to separate the saturated steam from the water wall and water and to minimise the fine water droplets carried in the steam. Baffles and gap baffles commonly used in medium and low pressure boilers are used as coarse separation elements; boilers above medium pressure are widely separated by various types of cyclones and further separated by louvers, stencils or uniform steam plates. Monitoring and protection facilities such as water level gauges and safety valves are also installed on the drum.