Biomass Contains Carbon, Hydrogen & Oxygen molecules Complete Combustion would produce Carbon- di-oxide (CO2) and water vapours (H2O). Whereas Combustion under controlled conditions i.e. partial combustion produces Carbon monoxide (CO) and Hydrogen (H2) which are both Combustible gases.

Solid Biomass Fuel:
Solid biomass fuels which are usually inconvenient and have low efficiency of utilization can thus be converted into a high-quality gaseous fuel.

Biomass Gasigen:
Biomass Gasigen is a thermochemical catalytic converter/ Reactor where various physical & chemical reactions takes places. Biomass is passed through various Zones – Drying/ Distillation Zone, Pyrolysis Zone, Combustion Zone & Reduction Zone.
When the biomass is passed through all the above Zones, it gets converted into a high-quality combustible gas called Producer Gas.

Producer Gas:
Producer Gas is a low caloric, low pressure gas that can be combusted for low cost heat & Power generation etc.