Denmark: BMH Technology wins biomass fuel handling deal

Finland-based BMH Technology has secured a contract to supply a complete biomass-fuel handling system for the Asnæs Power Station in Kalundborg, Denmark.

The power station, which is owned by DONG Energy, is currently being converted from coa to biomass with fellow Finnish firm Valmet carrying out most of the work.

BMH’s contract, which it says is worth about €12m, covers the entire fuel handling system, which will be handed over to DONG by the end of 2019.

The contract covers delivery of a quay-based receiving hopper, belt conveying system to open storage, receiving hopper for front loader feeding, sampling system, fuel preparation with magnetic separation of ferrous and screening of oversized materials, a 5,000m³ fuel silo with screw reclaimer and conveying to boiler.

The equipment can move 1,000m³/h of biomass to storage and/or silo and 300m³/h to the plant’s boiler.

BMH has an annual turnover of €60m,  a 140-strong staff and subsidiaries in Sweden, Poland and China.

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