incineration flue gas Equipment

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ITK Envifront - Model TAS - Dry Flue Gasses Adsorption System

by ITK Envifront AB     based in Växjö, SWEDEN

The ITK Envifront TAS process is developed for cleaning of flue gasses through so called dry adsorption and is specially suited for crematories, small waste incineration plants or hazardous waste incineration plants. The system is dimensioned for plants with a size of 100-2000 kg/h, with a medium to high utilitization.

Waste Incineration Plant

by Simatek A.S     based in Soroe, DENMARK

Throughout the past hundred years incineration plants for municipal waste have continuously been developed technologically. From the old days' incineration plants with a remarkable impact on the environment, today's state-of-the-art plants are pro-environmental and energy-generating units.Even small-sized plants are generating and supplying ...

CUTNOX - Waste to Energy Plant

by Götaverken Miljö AB     based in GÖTEBORG, SWEDEN

We can provide CUTNOX for the reduction of NOx products from incinerator processes as stand-alone units for installation in existing or new furnaces. We offer SCR primarily as an integrated part of a complete flue gas cleaning system.

Heat Pumps

by Götaverken Miljö AB     based in GÖTEBORG, SWEDEN

Götaverken Miljö has installed a great number of heat pumps over the years. Our early references include some of the largest turbo compressor heat pumps in the world (at Ryaverket in Gothenburg). We have installed both compressor and absorption heat pumps connected to the flue gas cleaning systems at waste incineration plants. In recent ...

Baghouse Filter Systems

by Götaverken Miljö AB     based in GÖTEBORG, SWEDEN

We have installed baghouse filter systems in installations for the incineration of both municipal and environmentally hazardous waste in biofuel-fired installations and applications within the mining industry. The primary purpose of baghouse filter systems is usually the removal of dust and, by introducing an additive, the removal of acidic ...

Scrubber Systems

by Götaverken Miljö AB     based in GÖTEBORG, SWEDEN

Our first scrubber systems went into operation in 1988. Since then we have delivered a great many, chiefly for cleaning and/or condensing flue gases generated by the incineration of waste. Combining several process stages in our patented multi-stage scrubbers reduces space requirements, and our integrated circulation tanks minimize energy ...

Condensing Scrubbers

by Götaverken Miljö AB     based in GÖTEBORG, SWEDEN

Condensing scrubbers can be made as stand-alone units or for integration in our multi-stage scrubber concept. In their standard design they are made from GRP (glass reinforced plastic). They have the great advantage of not suffering corrosion in ways that condensers made from metal do, and they are thus not so sensitive to short or long periods ...

MERCOX - Mercury Removal System

by Götaverken Miljö AB     based in GÖTEBORG, SWEDEN

Mercury is often emitted from thermal treatment installations during brief periods creating extremely high mercury concentration spikes in untreated flue gases. Many traditional flue gas cleaning systems have limited buffer capacity, which means such concentrations cannot be reduced as much as desired. In such cases, or in applications in which ...

Steuler - Flue Gas Desulphurisation Technology

by Steuler Anlagenbau GmbH & Co. KG     based in Hoehr-Grenzhausen, GERMANY

Steuler Plant Construction is constantly working on further developments to its tried-and-tested flue gas desulphurisation process. Until now, it has usually been reserved for use in large-scale plants, but Steuler's work has now enabled its technical application to smaller and medium-sized production stages. This resolute approach has turned ...

Incinerators for Wastes Containing Salt

by Caloric Anlagenbau GmbH     based in Graefelfing, GERMANY

During incineration of salt-containing wastes, some of the salt will accumulate on the incinerator wall whilst the other part is carried as gas in the flue gas. The arrangement of the combustion chamber must therefore allow for drainage of the salt slag. In the quench system with immersion tube, the slag will be dissolved.

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