Testing of Biomass Fuel
Sanray’s biomass fuel research labs examine the production of biomass fuels. Calorific value, ash content, moisture content, sulphur content, pH, chloride content, and other tests are all important biomass fuel tests.
Wood products, crops, other plants, manure, certain forms of trash, and other organic materials that can burn are among the biomass fuels that have been checked for efficiency. Biomass fuels are made from renewable materials such as wood chips, waste, and plants.
Biomass fuels are put to the test:
- Biomass Fuel Testing of Palm Kernel Shells
- Biomass Fuel Testing with Wood Chips
- Testing of Biofuel Pellets
- Biomass Fuels are being tested in Europe.
- Testing of Solid Fuels
- As well as other biofuels
The ASTM E870 standard covers proximate analysis, ultimate analysis, and the gross caloric value of wood fuels, among other things.
Additional ASTM and ISO tests for biomass fuels are also available on a global basis. There are some of them:
- EN-16127 Diameter
- EN-16127, EN-16127, EN-16127, EN-16127, EN-16127, EN
- EN-15103, ASTM E871, unit volume mass
- EN-14918, ASTM E711, D5865: net calorific value
- EN-14918, ASTM E711, D5865, gross calorific value, dry basis
- EN14775, ASTM D1102, ash
- EN-15289, ASTM D4208: Chlorine
- EN-15289, ASTM D4239, Sulfur
- EN-15370, ASTM D1857, ash fusion temperature
- EN-15104, ASTM D5373, carbon
- EN15104, ASTM D5373, Hydrogen
- EN15104, ASTM D5373, nitrogen
- EN-15297 trace metals review for Hg, Cd, Pb, As, Cr, Cu, Ni, and Zn