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The bioHearth was developed by Richard Woods, owner of Albany Woodworks by iterating smaller scale gasifiers that used residues from the woodworks.
The bioHearth is a down-draft gasifier designed to convert clean residues (sawmill, agricultural, forestry waste) into heat an power.
They currently have a 200kW unit available that will process up to 400/lb of fuel stock per hour, and they are in the process of developing 500kW and 1 MW unit.
The bioHearth is designed to be a simplified, small footprint system that is pre-tested, and comes with integration and training services and off-site monitoring.
For more information contact
Waste to Energy Systems http://wastetoenergysystems.com
30380 Payne Alley, Suite 2, Tickfaw, LA 70466