Saxlund’s technology is developed and designed to meet the most stringent
EU emission limits.
Combustion Technology for the Extraction of Bioenergy
The combustion chamber is the heart of every energy system and Saxlund has, with years of experience and advanced research, developed the most efficient and environmentally friendly combustion systems available on the market today. Saxlund’s combustion system consists of our proprietary reciprocating grate, patented grate bars and patented fuel feeder.
Saxlund’s equipment is modularized and allows several connections to our combustion chamber – in combination or separately. Saxlund’s combustion systems can be connected to supply, for example, hot gas, hot water, steam or hot oil or a combination. Saxlund supplies combustion systems between 0.5-30 MW. Saxlund’s combustion system can incinerate biomass such as wet bark and wood chips, but also dry fuels in the form of recycled wood and RDF. Saxlund’s technology has been developed and designed to meet the most stringent EU emission limits.
One of our most successful products is Hotab’s transportable plants. The plants are manufactured in-house at our state-of-the-art workshop with the latest technology. As an addition the customer can choose the type of façade they want. We can, in principle, connect any number of sections, and we usually build up to 2.5 MW per section.
We have personnel within the Group with the highest level of competence and experience in all areas. This allows us to offer products tailored to the customers’ needs. The high quality is maintained through a quality management system, many years of experience in the industry and our in-house manufactured products.
Plants built on site
We carry out the following types of contracts:
• Turnkey facilities
• Transportable plants
• Turnkey contracts
Plant Operator Training
We carry out training for operators and other related personnel in solid fuel technology. The courses are held on site or in our classrooms in Kristianstad. The courses last three days; they include both theory and practice and will end with a practical exam. Upon completion of the course, the participants receive a course certificate that, according to the applicable standards, entitles them to be responsible for the operation of plants.
For more detailed information, prices, geographical areas etc. contact: Jonas Tarstad.