Waste to Energy Equipment

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Model PR-50 - Plasma Reactor

by High Temperature Technologies Corp. Canada     based in Chateauguay, QUEBEC (CANADA)

Plasma Pyrolysis Reactor PR-50 is used as a basis for the system that treats gaseous, liquid and disperse medical, toxic and chemical waste. Power used by the system is up to 100кW. By products (such as synthesis gas and powder) that are received as a result of the process can be used in other applications. Electric energy generated through ...

Cogeneration

by Montealto     based in Córdoba, SPAIN

Cogeneration technology generates both electricity and usable heat. It is useful in industrial facilities where vapour and/or hot water are needed and, in general, in any facility that uses heat or cold, or in facilities where waste heat can be recovered to generate electricity. In Spain, cogeneration technology, like other renewable energies, ...

Model WT2 - Wood Waste Heater Unit

by Wood Waste Technology Ltd     based in Stafford, UNITED KINGDOM

The WT2 is the entry level unit and a very popular choice for the smaller workshop. The small footprint, ease of installation and being virtually maintenance free make it the obvious choice for workshops up to around 2500ft². Manufactured using the same high quality materials as the larger WT range of heaters means the customer gets ...

Model WT5 - Wood Waste Heater Unit

by Wood Waste Technology Ltd     based in Stafford, UNITED KINGDOM

The WT5 is the smallest of the double pass heat exchange models and is a fully exempt appliance to burn chipboard, MDF, hardwood and softwood off-cuts without the need of a costly afterburner, even in city centres and built up residential areas. With a full refractory lined firebox and highly efficient double pass heat exchange with fully welded ...

Model WT10 - Wood Waste Heater Unit

by Wood Waste Technology Ltd     based in Stafford, UNITED KINGDOM

The WT10 is the middle unit of the double pass heat exchange models and will produce 300,000btu/hr of warm air, enough to heat a workshop of up to 7500ft². Once again the WT10 is fully compliant with the clean air act without an oil or gas afterburner. As with all the WT range these units are the most robust, heavy duty heaters available in ...

Model WT15 - Wood Waste Heater Unit

by Wood Waste Technology Ltd     based in Stafford, UNITED KINGDOM

The WT15 is the largest of the hand fired units and is still the most popular heater in the wood working industry since its launch. The reason for its popularity is, as with the other WT heaters, the robust design, low servicing costs and high heat output Once again the WT10 is fully compliant with the clean air act without an oil or gas ...

Talbott - Model T500 - Wood Burning Heater Reconditioned

by Wood Waste Technology Ltd     based in Stafford, UNITED KINGDOM

Talbott T500 (500,000btu/hr) wood burning heater reconditioned.Wood waste heater with new heat exchange, Re-lined firebox, Re-insulated cabinet, Re-wired. 3 month warranty.

Model Power Cooling - Waste Heat To Power

by ElectraTherm     based in Reno, NEVADA (USA)

ElectraTherm's Green Machine can utilize waste heat from stationary engines, compressed gas and other sources in natural gas processing plants to realize significant cost savings and emission offsets. This new approach to gas cooling generates electricity while simultaneously reducing existing cooling loads.

ElectraTherm - Waste Heat Generator

by Controlled Environment Equipment Corp.     based in North Prairie, WISCONSIN (USA)

The ElectraTherm Waste Heat Generator (WHG) captures waste heat from almost any geothermal or industrial source to generate fuel-free, emission-free electricity. Built on a skid, it’s both modular and mobile, meaning it’s easy to transport and install as a single unit or in a series. Automated control systems permit unattended ...

energix - waste heat to power generation

by Energix Solutions     based in jhb, SOUTH AFRICA

Capture waste heat from industrial plants and generate all your own electricity needs , as well as supply others.

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