Palm oil shells are waste from the palm oil industry’s processing that hasn’t been fully utilized, as well as palm kernel waste. Palm oil shells offer several advantages and are in high demand due to their fiber content, moisture content of 11-13 percent, low ash intensity, high evaporation rate, little residue from the palm oil component, and ease of processing.
Because oil palm can be widely produced in Indonesia, the benefits of utilizing oil palm shells as biomass are long-term. The advantages of using oil palm shells as biomass are that it is more effective, efficient, and ecologically benign. Oil palm shells are the best quality biomass and can be utilized as a steam power plant with minimal residue levels.
What is palm kernel shell used for?
Palm kernel shell (PKS) is a byproduct of the palm oil industry, but it is quickly becoming a significant source of biomass energy generating feedstock for steam power plants, industrial boilers, brick kilns, residential and commercial heating, furnaces, and foundries.
How do you process palm kernel?
Oil palm shells are waste from palm kernels which are processed by burning. which produces steam as a steam power plant.
What is palm kernel shell?
Palm kernel fragments make up oil palm shells. Palm kernel shells have various benefits and enhance production demand because of the material’s fiber, moisture content, low ash intensity, high evaporation rate, residue from the palm oil component, and ease of processing.
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