Linka's boilers have been developed and tested for a wide variety of biofuels, and our fuel technology always ensures optimal utilization of the fuel in question. We have also tested a large number of more exotic fuels and are constantly testing new types of fuels.
The straw is an attractive choice for many as it is a cheap fuel with a high calorific value.
There are a variety of different types of chips and different humidity that can be burned in Linka's plant.
The pellet system requires minimal maintenance and wood pellets are an easily accessible fuel.
Waste woods can be bark, branches and tree tops that cannot be used for anything. Linka's IED approved boiler ensures better utilization of our resources and less waste.
Grain waste can also be used as a fuel and then the whole crop is used optimally.
Linka's plant can also be used for burning sawdust.
A Linka plant can be adapted for burning miscanthus.
Seed grass can be used as fuel in a Linka plant.
A waste product such as olive stone can be used as fuel in a Linka plant.
It is possible to use cherry as a fuel in a Linka plant.
A Linka plant can also burn coffee shells.
A Linka system can be adapted to burn coffee grounds.
We make customized solutions based on the waste product you or your company has - or based on fuel in the immediate area. We do this so you do not have to transport fuel longer than necessary.
Linka's biomass plant can be built with more than one firing system, so it is possible to fire with different fuels in the same boiler plant.