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Unique selling propositions of the GLOCK ecotech wood gas combined heat and power plants

  • Plug & Play – factury tested and delivered ready to use
  • Patented system integrated wood chip dryer and fine material separator
  • Hot gas filter for maximum efficiency
  • Innovative control technology for fully automated operation
  • Serial operation of multiple systems possible
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18 kW | 50 kW electrical power rating*
44 kW | 110 kW thermal power rating*
18 kg/h | 50 kg/h wood chips consumption*
400 V / 50 Hz electrical output
max. 90°C thermal output
5.209 x 2.221 | 5.209 x 3.400 mm dimensions
2.620 mm High

*according to: GLOCK ecotech Wood Chip Standard

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GLOCK ecotech wood gasification plant

GLOCK ecotech wood gas combined heat and power plant sustanably convert natural wood chips into heat and power from biomass. GLOCK ecotech’s energy solutions are primarily used in the decentralized supply of energy in various industries – from the industrial sector, trade, and tourism to agriculture and energy communities.

GLOCK ecotech’s combined heat and power plants provide a secure and stable supply of energy – year-round operation, excluding service and maintenance times.

Our products’ high degree of operational readiness (from up to 8000 h/year) guarantees the supply of energy  independent of weather and season.

Wood chips with ≤ 13% moisture

Wood gasification is a thermochemical conversion process, similar to combustion, but the process is deliberately throttled to produce combustible gas which is converted into electricity and heat in an internal combustion engine. Natural wood chips (GLOCK ecotech Wood Chip Standard) with a maximum moisture of ≤ 13% are used for this. 

Heat and electricity from wood gas

The generated wood gas is cleaned in a filter and cooled down to approximately 120°C in the heat exchanger before it passes through a safety filter and is then converted into electrical energy by the internal comustion engine. The generated heat and the engine waste heat are transferred to the heat network. The accumulated ash is automatically discharged.