waste gasification Equipment

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Gasplasma - Gasification and Plasma Conversion Technology

by Advanced Plasma Power (APP)     based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM

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.

Gasification / Pyrolysis

by Biogas Australia Pty Ltd     based in Angaston, AUSTRALIA

Gasification is a process that converts carbonaceous materials, such as chicken litter, rice hulls, saw dust etc. into syngas which can be used to power gensets to generate electricity or fuel boilers to provide steam for production processes.

Biomass Gasification

by Energy & Waste S.l     based in Barcelona, SPAIN

Biomass and within it, the wood as fuel and provider of different products has been, it is and will be a raw material of great interest. The thermochemical processes such as pyrolysis, combustion and gasification in fluidized bed reactors of this type of material are now a promising alternative for the production of heat, electricity and chemical ...


by BIOENERGY 2020+ GmbH     based in Graz, AUSTRIA

The area of Biogas considers the entire spectrum encompassing Biogas-technology: Plant breeding of water-stress tolerant plants, Pre-treatment for better degradation of cellulose-containing substrates, Removal of Nitrogen as a basis for the anaerobic digestion of slaughterhouse wastes, Simulation of the microbiological process, Development and ...


by PacWest Global, LLC     based in Beaverton, OREGON (USA)

Gasification allows us to safely transform wasted resources into clean energy while reducing the volume of waste by over 90%.

EM-GROUP - Gasification

by EM GROUP BV     based in BB Geleen, NETHERLANDS

Bio mass, Coal, Waste, Plastics and Sludge's. Rice hull gasification. Gasification reactor for the cement production; adjustable between 300 and 1200 degrees C.


by Sentinel Waste International     based in Strathroy, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Gasification is not a new technology. Its use during the first and second world wars is well documented. The most successful application of gasification has been with a homogeneous fuel such as coal or wood, as these products provide a consistent source of supply regarding both energy/lb. and moisture content. The viability of using these fuels is ...


by Allied Environmental Technologies, Inc.     based in Seal Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Gasification is a century old technology, which flourished quite well before and during the second world war.  Gasification can be broadly defined as the thermochemical conversion of a usually solid or liquid carbon-based material into a combustible gaseous product. The technology disappeared soon after the second world war, when liquid fuel ...

V-tex - Syngas & Biogas Cleaning

by ERG (Air Pollution Control) Ltd     based in Horsham, UNITED KINGDOM

Whether the requirement is for cleaning tars from biogases generated from a hot gasification process, or sulphurous compounds or VOCs from biofuels generated from an anerobic digestion process, V-tex can be the solution.

Gasification System

by KEY GLOBAL ITALIA srl     based in Novara, ITALY

The technology of gasification, developed beginning from the years 80, the objective is set to maximize the energetic recovery of the combustible material and to the meantime to reach next values of emissions to the zero.  The trial converts the energy of the waste (calorific power) in chemical energy (gas of synthesis): the organic fraction ...

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