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Taking biomass utilization and decentralized power generation one step ahead

Together with their friends and business partners in the United States, SolaGen Incorporated from St. Helens in Oregon, the team at Classen Apparatebau Wiesloch GmbH (CAW) succeeded in one of the world’s largest power generation projects.

Taking biomass utilization and decentralized power generation one step ahead

Together with their friends and business partners in the United States, SolaGen Incorporated from St. Helens in Oregon, the team at Classen Apparatebau Wiesloch GmbH (CAW) succeeded in one of the world’s largest power generation projects.

Classen Apparatebau Wiesloch GmbH (“CAW”) – The Solution Providers

Despite the still flagging economic situation and restrained demand in Russia, the team at CAW is taking pride in having been awarded a new job at one of their long-term and key customers: A vertically upwards thermal oil heater, fired by natural gas and with a heating capacity of 8 MW will be delivered as a backup and supplement system to be installed parallel to the biomass-fired CAW-thermal oil heater plant into one of the leading Russian plywood mills. Once this new heater will be installed and integrated in the existing thermal oil heating system later this year it will provide both, increased sustainability of veneer and plywood production as well as sufficient reserve capacity.

Panel World 2009

Panel World 2009

Panels & Furniture 2001

Panels & Furniture 2001