Peat, Lignite, Semi Bituminous Coal, Bituminous Coal, Anthracites and even Petroleum Coke. All can be burnt in Suxé's unique burner design.
Suxé's burner can take any dried biomass including bagasse if properly prepared and dried, the issue is getting it to flow smoothly into the burner, that is why we advise putting a biofuel preparation plant at the fuel delivery point.
Woodchips, Pelletised wood, Chipped Bamboo, Coconut shells and husks, Marula nuts the list is endless.
Contact us if you have a fuel source you wish to try.
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SuxÉ can completely support your Power projects by
providing Ultra Fuel Flexibility, Increased Power Generation and Top quality design
Whilst Suxé's unique design allows many different fuels to be burnt to make electricity, why not join the bamboo revolution and become a "Green Warrior"
The Suxé Energy Centre is designed to operate in a community setting, providing electricity, whilst at the same time supporting development within the local community. If the Power Station is running on bamboo hundreds of jobs will be created locally growing the bamboo.
Coal & Anthracite is readily available in many areas of AfricaSuxé have over 50 years experience of burning Coal & Anthracite. For Advanced Thermal Technology solution check out our Pyrolysis page.
The modern computer based design of the Suxé Energy Centre control system means that teh Energy Centre requires few and mainly unskilled personnel to operate the power station.This reduces operational costs and maximises profitability.
As Suxé technology requires no water for steam production, Suxé Energy Centres can be located in areas where there is no water, such as deserts.No other power station offers this flexibility.
Anthracite, Bituminous coal, Lignites and peat, Wood and wood chips, Bio-fuels, even city waste can be turned into a pelletised waste derived fuel.In fact if it burns - Suxé can make electricity from it.
Suxé was established in the 1950's to provide burners and boilers for hot water and steam for the hospital and school markets across Europe. They generally operated on either Anthracite or coal. During the 1980's the coal market across Europe went into decline and Suxé started to adapt the burning technology to encompass a broad range of other fuels.
You find a fuel and Suxé will show you how to burn it.