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RG1000 General Specification

Electrical output:1.0MWe (plus 1.1 MW heat)


Total site footprint required for gasifier module, engines and fuel storage
area:
approximately 25m x 25m (typical site layout drawing available on request)
Throughput : 7,500 tonnes per annum (approx 1000kg per hour of
clean woodchip/ shredded biomass)
The system is designed to run at less than 75dB
External Cost to be considered: -
Buildings and civil work
Grid connection which varies from site to site
Fuel storage and feed system (Refgas can advise)
Onsite training & commissioning(above the 10 days in UK included in our quote)
Secondary exhaust gas clean treatment (WID compliance depends on feedstock)
Continuous exhaust gas monitoring as required by WID
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RG1000 Scope of Supply
Gasifier module Complete with: -
Refgas Designed Gasifier Reactor
Complete with : - Feed Hopper, Mixer System, Auto Level Control,
Associated Auto Valves and Instrumentation
6 Stage Gas Clean Up System Complete with: -
Duplex Cyclones (for dust removal)
Twin Stage Heat Exchanger (air and water cooled)
High Efficiency Scrubber System HESS (for 99% tar and particle removal)
Blower Filter (This filter is for the protection of gas blower)
Gas Chiller (for final gas cooling to meet engine requirements)
Gas Blower (for drawing air through the gasifier to make Syngas and on through the gas clean up system then to the engines)
Coalescer Filter (for final gas polishing/ engine protection)
System Safety Flare System Safety Flare
Flare system used for start-up, shut down and safety.
Water Clean Up System Complete with:-
Water Baffle Tank (for primary cleaning of water circulating through scrubbers)
Basic Water Polishing System (Local consent levels must be confirmed where discharging directly to drain as additional polishing may be
required)
Control Panel
PLC controlled panel with touch screen HMI for automatic control on the system. The control panel is synchronized with selected engine
model.
All Pipework, instrumentation and controls associated with the gas production, gas clean up and water treatment within the gasifier
module are included in the package. The system is manufactured in four ISO container skids making the process easy to ship with minimal
site assembly work required. (1 off 20 and 3 off 30, plus flare and engine)
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Basic General Arrangement
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System Built into 4 x Shipping Container size skids.
Easy to ship and simple to install (1 x 20and 3 x 30)
General Information Sheet
Gasifier Dimensions - 14m x 4m x 10m high (excluding engine and fuel storage)
Gasifier Built onto 5 Transportable Skids - 1x 20 & 3 x 30 shipping containers
Gasifier Type - Downdraft
Gas Cleaning and Cooling - 6 stage system to guarantee engine quality
requirements
General Performance
Outlet Syngas Quality - <5mg/m3 tar
25-60
o
C as required by engine
120-150mbar as required by engine
Typical Syngas CV range - 5.2-6 MJ/m3 (HHV)
Typical Syngas Composition - Hydrogen - 10 to 17%
Carbon Monoxide - 17 to 21% Carbon Monoxide - 17 to 21%
Methane - 2 to 4%
Carbon Dioxide - 10 to 14%
Nitrogen - 40 to 56%
Others - 1 to 2%
Typical Syngas Production Rate - 1690 to 1985m3/hr
Gasifier Efficiency - 75% Hot Gas
- 68% Cold Gas
Gasifier Availability - 85%
Parasitic Load - 8-10% depending upon electrical cooling
requirement (i.e.can spare system heat from gasifier cooling
circuit be recovered for another use?)
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General Information Sheet
Fuel Requirement
Fuel Required - 800kg to 1195kg/hr (wet 20% moisture)
Minimum Dry CV Requirement - 14MJ/kg
Target Average Moisture Content - 20% (min 15% max 25%)
Unprepared woodchip Specification - G30 G50(ideal)
Note: The RG1000 can also accept biomass briquettes and pellets
Typical Case Study Figures (woodchip)
Engine Efficiency - 39%
Electrical Output - 1.0MWe
Thermal Output (from engine) - 1.1MWht
Biomass Dry CV - 19MJ/kg Biomass Dry CV - 19MJ/kg
Biomass Moisture Content - 20%
Fuel Requirement - 992kg/hr @ 20% moisture
Energy Content in Input Fuel - 14605MJ/hr (4057kW)
Total Energy in Produced Syngas - 9566MJ/hr (2657kW)
Average Syngas Production @ 40
o
C - 1835Am3/hr
Note: as Syngas CV fluctuates during normal operation, the syngas production rate automatically adjusts itself to maintain the required
energy value in the syngas
Condensed Water to Discharge - 100kg/hr (maximum discharge rate required
350kg/hr to allow for fresh water make up as required)
Fresh Water Requirement - 250kg/hr
Char Production - 95kg/hr
Tar removed from syngas and recycled - 1.78kg/hr 5
Fuels
The Refgas Gasifier can run on wide range of biomass
providing it meets a minimum particle size, minimum CV and
maximum moisture content.
Typical types of fuels used :-
Energy Crops, such as miscanthus
Virgin woodchip, from sawmills
Recycled waste wood, from local suppliers, simply requires chipping Recycled waste wood, from local suppliers, simply requires chipping
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RG500 System 3D Layout
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System Built into 4 x 20 Shipping Container size skids.
Easy to ship and simple to install
Refgas System
The Refgas 1MW CHP system has a small footprint and can be
fitted into an area as small as 25m x 25m including the full
gasification system, engines, fuel storage and materials
handling.
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Refgas System
Refgas have developed a 1MW CHP gasification system that
produces syngas suitable for running engines.
The system is built into container based skids that makes
transportation installation simple. This means that equipment
is fully tested in the factory before arriving at site minimising
commissioning time.
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Refgas 24/7 Operation
Renewable energy from biomass is able to run 24/7
The Refgas system is able to run for up to 8000 hours/ year
Unlike other renewable energy sources, the Refgas system
can provide base load at all times without being dependant
on wind, sun or tides.
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PLC Controlled
We have designed the system to require minimal human
intervention, with the gasifier running automatically via our
specially developed PLC program. It can also be operated and
monitored via SCADA
We have put the process through independent HAZ-OPs ,
DSEAR and LOPA studies to ensure the system is safe. This
helped develop the safety systems included within the PLC helped develop the safety systems included within the PLC
program
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