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Daesan RDF Power Plant, South Korea

Energy from Waste 
Daesan RDF Power Plant South Korea

Technical Data Reference Sheet


The South Korean company WELCRON Hantec Co. Ltd. commissioned Standardkessel Baumgarte with the supply of the firing system of the new energy from waste plant in Seosan, South Korea. This grate firing system sets new standards as regards the thermal power capacity for Standardkessel Baumgarte. The plant will have a maximum rated thermal input of 130 MWth and hence be the world’s largest plant of this type in the waste sector.



The technical concept chosen for the incineration lines was supplied from one and the same source by Standardkessel Baumgarte. In addition to the fuel feeding system, the well-proven firing system includes a 3-track forward pusher grate with water cooled grate bars, slag chutes and a hydraulic unit for operating the feeding and forwarding.


For more information, please see our reference sheet.

"We deliver an innovative and specially adapted technology for a sustainable and effective energy supply tailor-made for your needs".

Olaf Schumacher

Head of Sales EfW

Technical Data

Number of Lines



processed domestic and industrial waste

Low Heating Value

Minimal15.9 MJ/kg

Nominal18.9 MJ/kg

Maximal19.9 MJ/kg

Fuel Throughput

Nominal26.7 t/h

Rated Thermal Input

118 MW

Steam Capacity

137 t/h

Steam Pressure

53 bar

Steam Temperature

405 °C

Feed Water Temperature

130 °C

Flue Gas Flow

215,000 m³ i. N./h

Flue Gas Temperature Exit

190 °C

Operating Permit

Korean Environmental Guideline



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