1. Definition of SRF:
SRF is the abbreviation for Solid Recovered Fuel. SRF is usually a refined RDF (Refuse Derived Fuel). SRF is not waste, but a clean, homogeneous, high-quality, and high calorific value fuel that can be used in power plants or cement plants to replace traditional fossil fuels such as coal. Moreover, SRF is a kind of environmentally friendly fuel, with carbon dioxide emissions only one-fourth that of coal, and NOx emissions significantly reduced.
2. Component analysis:
SRF is usually composed of papermaking waste, waste wood, biomass fuel, combustible materials in MSW (Municipal Solid Waste), and waste textiles in general industrial solid waste.
3. Process flow:
Firstly, the material is transported to a primary double shaft shearing shredder, which shreds the material into smaller sizes of around 100-300mm. Then these materials enter the magnetic separator, through which the ferromagnetic metals inside the materials are recycled. The remaining materials are transported to a secondary single shaft fine shredder, which shreds the materials into particles with a diameter of ≤ 80mm. Then, the light and heavy materials inside the materials are separated by a wind sifter. The light materials can be prepared into SRF through a baling and packaging system, and the heavy materials can be directly sent to a waste incineration power plant for incineration or landfill.
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