waste heat Equipment

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Waste Exhaust Heat Boilers

by Clarke Energy

Approximately 25% of the usable energy of the fuel gas is released in the exhaust of the gas engine. This heat exits the engine at ~450oC as ‘high grade heat’, contrasting to ‘low-grade heat’ available from the generator cooling circuits. This high temperature and flow makes it well suited for utilisation in a waste heat ...

Waste Heat Recovery Boilers

by Indeck Power Equipment Company

Indeck offers years of experience utilizing waste gases and recovering its energy in the form of steam. Steam generation is an ideal way to recover waste heat energy from these gases in a form most easily utilized. Enormous quantities of heat energy inherent in exhaust gases from various industrial processes can be recovered to reduce energy ...

Waste Heat Boilers

by Darley & Associates

Energy can be recovered from the exhaust gas of diesel engines, gas engines, gas turbines, and many industrial processes. The waste heat boiler design will vary greatly depending on the duty - sometimes having to cope with heavy dust loads, corrosive gases, and high temperatures. Darley & Associates have the experience to guide ...

Horizon Series - Model HRSG - Waste Heat Boiler

by Victory Energy Operations, LLC

The Victory Energy watertube heat-recovery boiler (patented design) is one of the most flexible, cost effective and technologically advanced units on the market. Our proprietary fintube design allows us to manufacture our boilers with the smallest footprint in the industry which greatly reduces radiant heat loss to contain energy costs. Whether ...

Steam from Waste Heat After Combustion

by Josef Bertsch GmbH & Co KG

Energy resources are running short and we can noch longer afford to let waste heat from industrial processes be unused. Individually tailored Waste Heat Boiler Plants from BERTSCH enable optimum energy yield from the respective processes.

Syngas Cogeneration / Combined Heat & Power

by Clarke Energy

Syngas, also known as synthesis gas, synthetic gas or producer gas, can be produced from a variety of different materials that contain carbon. These can include biomass (wood gas), plastics, coal, municipal waste or similar materials. Historically town gas was used to provide a gas supply to many residences in Europe and other industrialised ...

BioGas - Value from Organic Waste

by BioGTS Ltd.

Biogas technology offers a means for efficient conversion of organic wastes into energy, valuable biofuels and high quality fertilizers. Biogas can be used for energy production in similar way as natural gas: for heat, electricity, vehicle fuel and kitchen gas. Biogas is a very clean fuel with zero greenhouse gas emissions and up to 99 % lower ...

Biomass Renewable Energy Boilers

by Talbotts Biomass Energy Limited

The versatile and robust Biomass Boiler Range is designed to cater for a variety of requirements from domestic to commercial and industrial applications. Ideal for the production of carbon neutral energy utilising a wide range of biomass fuels, from high moisture wood chips to wool pellets. Talbott's Biomass Boiler range of systems provide an ...


Gasplasma - Gasification and Plasma Conversion Technology

by Advanced Plasma Power (APP)

Gasification and Plasma Conversion waste to energy technology that generates clean, renewable, local energy. Gasplasma is an Advanced Conversion Technology ('ACT') that converts waste feedstock into a clean hydrogen-rich syngas and a vitrified recyclate called Plasmarok that can be used as a building material or replacement aggregate.

Incinerators for organically loaded wastes

by Caloric Anlagenbau GmbH

The basic step of a Caloric incinerator plant consists of a cylindrical, refractory lined combustion chamber with pilot burner as well as waste and combustion air supply lines. At sufficient oxygen supply, turbulence, temperature and residence time, the organic waste is converted into CO2 and water vapour. The energy released from the incineration ...

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