District heating

Heating plants are one of the types of biomass plants that Linka offers. We have many years of experience in manufacturing and installing heating plants that are customized and based on the biofuel available in the local area.

Reliable and economical heating

The heating system is typically installed in both large and small towns, where existing district heating plants are to be newly established or expanded. By replacing fossil-fuel based heating systems with biomass systems, together we reduce CO2 emissions and create a more environmentally friendly combustion.

With a biomass plant from Linka, you also get a reliable plant solution with economic advantages. As a rule of thumb, you can achieve a cost saving of up to 87.5% by switching from burning fossil fuels, like oil, to burning biomass, like straw. Further economic benefits can be achieved by producing products in the local area where the waste can be used as biofuel for the heating plant - making efficient use of resources and providing cheaper heat to district heating customers.

With a biomass system from Linka, you are future-proofed with an optimal heating system that benefits both the environment and your company's economy.

Plant solution adapted to your needs

Our biomass plants are flexible and can be adapted to different fuel types. The majority of our biomass plants are adapted for straw, wood chips and wood pellets, but many other forms of biomass can also be used.

Our boilers are developed and proven in a wide range of biofuels, where our innovative fuel technology always ensures optimal use of the fuel in question. We are constantly testing new fuel types and our boilers can be built with more than one firing system, so you can fire different fuels in the same boiler.

Our heating plants come in a variety of sizes, but often boiler sizes range from 500 kW to 10,000 kW.

We take your needs and situation as a starting point and adapt our biomass systems to achieve an optimal solution that creates the best result for you. We act both as a subcontractor, component supplier and total supplier.

Through close dialogue and sparring with you, our experienced and competent team is happy to help with advice, project development and service, so you're in safe hands throughout the process.

Below you can see some examples of the types and sizes of heating systems we have produced and installed for our customers.

Straw: 250 - 5.000 kW

Linka's mobile plants are complete and turnkey heating plants in containers, adapted to the size of the plant. The plant is delivered and erected by a crane on a prepared concrete foundation.

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Straw: 400 - 15.000 kW

In this version, the Linka hall system is adapted for steam production. The plant is supplied with a straw chopper or cutter, as required.

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Straw: 1.000 - 15.000 kW

A straw heating plant can be built in different ways depending on the customer's needs. The plant is typically equipped with a straw chopper or cutter, depending on the size of the boiler.

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Wood pellets: 250 - 5.000 kW

The mobile wood pellet plant is delivered turnkey in a container. A silo is typically used to store and transport the fuel.

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Wood pellets: 250 - 15.000 kW

In addition to the boiler, Linka's automatic wood pellet plant consists of a scraper or silo from which the fuel is transferred for incineration.

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Wood pellets: 1000 - 15.000 kW

Linka's fully automatic wood pellet heating plant is designed for high efficiencies. You can use us as a pure machine supplier or as a total supplier on the project.

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Wood chips: 250 - 5.000 kW

Linka's chipping plant consists of a scraper system, which ensures that the plant is constantly supplied with the right amount of wood chips.

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Wood chips: 1.000 - 15.000 kW

A wood chip heating plant is also built according to the customer's needs. Smaller plants typically use a scraper, while larger plants may opt for a chip crane.

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Other types and sizes

Linka can also adapt our plants to other fuel types than the traditional ones, such as seed grass, corn cobs and cherry stones.

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