This is a 5-6t/h biomass pellet production line in Malaysia project that we undertook. The area covers an area of 7027m2. The Malaysia wood pellet plant project has an annual output of 30,000 tons of biomass solidified fuel, with an actual total investment of US$410,000.
The project employs 6 people. The entire biomass pellet production line operates on a two-shift system, with each shift working 8 hours, 360 days a year, and 5,760 hours a year.
According to the customer's needs, we carry out the whole biomass pellet plant layout for the customer. Finally, according to the drawings provided by the RICHI engineering team, the construction content of this 5-6MT biomass pellet production line in Malaysia project includes raw material storage areas, production workshops, product storage areas, offices, dormitories and other auxiliary facilities.
|1F, steel structure
|Raw material storage area
|1F, steel structure
|Product storage area
|1F, steel structure
|1F, brick-concrete structure
|Kitchen & Canteen
The raw materials purchased for this 5-6t/h biomass pellet production line in Malaysia project are dry agricultural and forestry wastes, which do not require a drying process.
The purchased agricultural and forestry wastes are crushed and screened and then put into a granule molding machine for compression and molding. After packaging, they become finished products. The details are as follows:
Crushing and screening
The purchased palm waste, straw, orange stems, sugar cane leaves, etc. are crushed through a crusher (crushed to a particle size of less than 40 mm). The sawdust and other scraps are screened through a drum screen to remove larger scraps, such as branches, sticks, etc., which are recycled into production.
Screening, shaping and cooling
The dry materials are sent to the drying raw material storage area, and then sent to the vibrating screen for screening by the conveyor belt. The particles with a particle size below 40mm are selected. The screened fine materials are sent to the biomass pellet mill machine for extrusion and granulation. The fan cools the machine, and the screened scraps are recycled into production.
Packaging and storage
Products are measured and packaged before being put into storage for sale. This process generates waste packaging materials.
The main equipment of the Malaysia biofuel pellet plant project includes slicers, wood chip crushers, biomass pellet mill granulators, etc.
|Biomass hammer mill
|Raw materials warehouse
|EFB pellet machine
|Finished product conveying equipment
The specific raw material consumption of the 5-6t/h biomass pellet production line in Malaysia project is as follows:
|Agricultural and forestry waste (palm waste, straw, husk, etc.)
The 5-6t/h biomass pellet production line in Malaysia project generates no productive wastewater. During the operation period, rainwater is discharged into the nearby rainwater ditch. The discharge volume of domestic sewage is 350m3/a. The domestic sewage is treated in septic tanks and then discharged into the domestic sewage treatment facilities for treatment.
The waste gas from the crushing and screening process of the project is discharged after being treated by a bag dust collector. The waste gas from the molding process is treated by a bag dust collector and then discharged. The oil fumes generated in the kitchen are processed by the range hood and then discharged.
The noise of this 5-6t/h biomass wood pellet production line in Malaysia project is mainly caused by the crushers, pellet molding machines, forklifts, motors and other equipment in the production workshop.
After sound insulation of the factory building and basic shock absorption measures for the main equipment crushers and pellet molding machines, the noise outside the factory boundary meets the "Environmental Noise Emission Standards for Industrial Enterprises at Boundaries" .
The amount of domestic waste generated by workers is 2.16t/a, which is collected and processed by the sanitation department; scraps are recycled for production; dust collected by bag dust collectors is recycled for production; septic tank sludge is regularly removed and used as agricultural fertilizer.
Main noise-producing equipment: selection of low-noise equipment, basic vibration reduction, sound insulation and silencing, and daily maintenance and management.
Comprehensive utilization of biomass refers to the use of renewable organic matter, including wood waste, palm oil waste, rice husks, coconut fiber, rice husks, sugarcane bagasse and other industrial wastes for the development of emerging industries. In Malaysia, palm empty fruit bunches (EFB) and palm pressed fiber (PPF) account for the vast majority of biomass waste, with more than 15 million tons of such waste generated nationwide every year.
These organic materials can be used to produce environmentally friendly products (such as bioplastics, biocomposites, biofertilizers, biopellets, etc.) or as fuel for biomass power stations. At present, only a small part of palm shells and other wastes are used in Malaysia, and most of them are still discarded randomly or burned illegally, which not only takes up a large amount of land, but also causes serious waste of resources and environmental pollution.
Effective utilization of local biomass waste resources has huge economic potential and broad development prospects. Utilizing agricultural and forestry wastes to process biomass fuel has the following advantages: