About Suxé

Suxé International

History

Suxé International have been providing Power & heating Solutions since the late 1950's. Suxé like many other energy related businesses has had peaks & troughs over the past twenty years, but through it all we have maintained a strict research program, that has prepared us for a market resurgence.
Our research program currently focusses on a back to first principles start for the generator and so far promises to yield a new generation of Generator with unique and advanced design. We are seeing immense efficiency gains.
We are entering an exciting period in our company’s growth, with our expansion into our brand new 225,000 square foot factory, which will cater for the three immediate growth areas.
In the United Kingdom and continental Europe, there exists a great number of specialist installations that require either a Suxé Burner Conversion system, or a Suxé Burner–Boiler Conversion system.

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Utility Boiler Conversios

Many existing boiler installations are several decades old and our new automatic burner has been designed to seamlessly replace those older solutions, but now utilising the latest advances in combustion technology, with automatic combustion in a SCADA controlled system.
Several variations of design are available for the Suxé Burner, most fall into the operational constructional standards in the 10bar pressure market or the 40bar pressure market, this allows higher pressurised steam systems to be directly connected and to benefit from the heat generated in the Suxé Burner.
Alternatively use the heat from the Suxé Burner in a separate 10bar closed system, such as a dryer system or other application. This market is estimated at over two hundred system conversions in the UK and Europe per annum, however, the bigger market is the conversion of utility boilers at sugar mills, or power stations.

The three main advantages of the Suxé system are:-

Advantages

Firstly, flexibility, in that the input fuel maybe anthracite coal, bituminous coal, or biofuel.
Secondly, the backend clean-up system is remarkably simple, much cleaner and cheaper and no by-products are produced.
Thirdly, each burner is independently controlled to operate at 3% oxygen and 18% free oxygen levels, thus enabling the highest combustion efficiencies at the lowest NOx and SOx production levels, always below any of the ‘clean air acts’ instituted.
This is a remarkable revival conversion plan for all the aging power stations around the World and would require twenty Suxé Burners per 300MWe arranged in the old de-ash level, which usually has been empty for decades.

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Biomass

Suxé has it all

The individual burn rate is expected to be 18 to 20 tonnes of biomass per Burner per hour and an equivalalent of 9 to 10 tonnes of coal. Each burner can be individually programmed via SCADA, but in reality they need only to be switched on or off. When off the units automatically switch to ‘kindling mode’, ready for full operation when required.
Biomass such as pelletised wood waste does not need to be processed, but burnt as it is with 10% moisture content. Suxé believe 7 to 9% moisture content runs the risk of spontaneous combustion; 11 to 15% is acceptable but less efficient in combustion terms, 15 to 50% moisture content is not advisble.

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Most Notable Design Features.

Ever growing with constant innovation

  • Magnetic focussing design
  • Transformer like magnetic flow design
  • 360 degree magnetic radial flow design.
  • Controlled rotational magnetic interruption.
  • Reduction in rotational magnetic field stretching.
  • Induction process held at 90 degrees for maximum efficiency.
  • Use of magnetic materials in sectional sizes for low magnetic losses.
  • DC generation, or single phase AC generation by software changes alone.
  • Rotor design rotational speed set at 850rpm.
  • All power generation parameters software generated.

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  • Design Features Continued

    Suxé - Masters of Design

    Three rotational inter-changeable bearing designs, frictionless air bearing.
  • Open frame design for better cooling.
  • No magnetic eddy currents allowed by design.
  • Better balanced magnetic flux path design.
  • Smaller reluctance air gap 1mm instead of 38mm for conventional generators.
  • Rigid design of generator rotor, due to no laminate materials used.
  • Special design of rotor for high power outputs and real world transfer.
  • Less magnetic induction power required.
  • Reduced rotational drag on rotor

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