thermal power generation Equipment

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GEM - TCT - Thermal Cracking Technology

by GEM CANADA Waste to Energy Inc.

Thermal Cracking has been used for approximately 80 years in the conversion of heavy oils to lighter oils in the petro-chemical industry in Canada (Alberta Tar Sands) and other countries around the world. Thermal Cracking uses heat to break apart the bonds between molecules in an oxygen free environment. GEM Thermal Cracking Technology does not ...

Solar Thermal Power Generation

by Hiro Energy-Tech Limited

Solar thermal power plants produce electricity in much the same way as conventional power stations. The difference is that they obtain their energy input by concentrating solar radiation and converting it to high temperature steam or gas to drive a turbine or engine. Four main elements are required: a concentrator, a receiver, some form of heat ...

Plasma-assisted Sludge Oxidation

by Fabgroups Technologies Inc.

Fabgroups Technologies Inc. has a licensing agreement with Hydro Québec to develop, manufacture and market a rotary kiln equipped with an electric plasma torch. Plasma-assisted sludge oxidation (PASO) is an emerging technology that can be used to process organic sludge from a variety of sources. This energy-efficient technology, which ...

CHP - Combined Heat and Power

by Minergy Corporation Limited

Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems (also known as cogeneration) generate electricity (and/or mechanical energy) and thermal energy in a single, integrated system. This contrasts with the more typical practice where electricity is generated at a central power plant and on-site equipment is used to meet nonelectric energy requirements. CHP ...

Met-Pro - Direct Fired Thermal Oxidizers

by Met-Pro Environmental Air Solutions (A Subsidiary of Met-Pro Corporation)

The Met-Pro Systems brand provides thermal oxidizers of virtually every design. These thermal oxidizers, also called enclosed flares, afterburners, or incinerators, can include heat recovery systems such as recuperative and regenerative thermal oxidizers. They can also include steam production through the use of waste heat boilers (WHB or HRSG). ...

Fire

by HAFNER Srl

Biomass refers to the entirety of the mass of organic material in a defined ecosystem that became bio-chemically synthesized. Therefore it contains the mass of all living beings, including the died out organisms and the organic metabolism products. About 60% of the biomass of the earth is represented through microorganisms. Biologists and ...

SopoTitan - Parabolic Trough Solar Collector

by Sopogy

Sopogy has pioneered the concept of MicroCSP™ bringing concentrated solar power to industrial and utility facilities. These systems have a small footprint and lightweight design while providing highly efficient electrical and thermal power generation from a renewable and sustainable fuel, solar energy. SopoLite™ is a mobile system ...

ATA - Heat Recovery System

by ATA Engineering Srl

The term heat recovery has a precise meaning: to use the available heat, instead of dispersing it in the environment. Heat recovery systems work in two different ways: The first, the easiest and the most immediate, is through the heat exchange between the hot mass and the mass to be heated, for example boiler fumes, power generation exhaust gas ...

Pyrolysis - Bio-Oil

by PYTEC Thermochemische Anlagen GmbH

Pyrolysis-Oils usually are dark brown liquids with a characteristic odour, remembering the smell of campfire or smokehouses. Unlike liquid fossil energy sources, Pyrolysis-Oils are hydrophilic and therefore mixable with water up to a proportion of 35 %. At higher percentages the Bio-Oil separates into an aqueous and a tarry fraction. The normal ...

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