The plant in Lizums is a highly efficient wood-fired CHP with a high pressure (55 bar) water tube steam boiler of 14.5 MWth and a 3.3 MWe steam turbine. The plant supplies heat and electricity to a carpentry factory.
After just one year and three months of construction the installation succesfully passed the operability test. The operability test is a test where the installation needs to produce for five consecutive days.
|Start-up / First fire||March, 2017|
|Passed operability test||April, 2017|
|Wood storage||500 m³ bunker with moving floor|
|Wood supply system||Bunker, chain scraper and hydraulic push infeeder|
|Furnace||16.5 MWth – 7.5 tons/hour wood chips|
|Water tube steam boiler||14.5 MWth at 55 bar and 450 °C|
|Steam turbine||3.3 MWe at 79 °C|
|Steam condenser||10.7 MWth at 79 °C|
|Flue gas cleaning||Multicyclone|