Biomass in the textile industry with NATURAL FIRE

Biomass textile industry
Natural Fire installs a 2MW burner to produce steam in a textile factory in Argentina

In the production of the textile industry, processes such as dyeing, washing or ironing are carried out that require large amounts of hot water or steam. The use of biomass as an energy source contributes to the reduction of the carbon footprint; doing this more sustainable and profitable industry due to the savings that are produced compared to traditional fossil fuels.

Natural Fire has recently carried out the installation of a 2 MW burner for steam production in a textile factory in Argentina. This conversion yields the following figures: 5000 T of CO2 emissions avoided and a 40% energy bill saving compared to diesel, fuel that was used.

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