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The Gasifier Burner converts biomass fuel into power and useful chemicals.
This is achieved by reacting the material at high temperatures (>700°C), without combustion, with a controlled amount of oxygen and/or steam, breaking down the biomass into carbon monoxide, hydrogen, carbon dioxide and methane. The resulting gas mixture is a fuel called syngas. If Air is used in place of oxygen the gas also contains inert nitrogen and is called producer gas.
 Product Ecology
The gasifier burner is currently in the Research phase of development.
 See Also
- Biochemicals from Pyrolysis
- Biomass to FuelFischer-Tropsch
- Compressed Fuel Gas
- Pyrolysis Oil
- Babington Burner