waste to energy Equipment in Ireland

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Cambi - Biowaste Treatment - Bio-waste to Energy

by Cambi AS     based in Asker, NORWAY

Cambi provides bio-waste plants that are focused on maximising biogas production and minimising final product mass. Because waste quality can differ to a significant degree, our systems are designed to handle a wide variety of conditions. Our patented process meets existing environmental requirements, including the Animal By-Products Regulation ...

KIV - Waste to Energy System

by KIV     based in Vransko, SLOVENIA

The system's main characteristics are - smaller specific costs per unit, optimal heat efficiency, small operational and maintenance costs, with full automation of the process, great environmental acceptability, reconciliation with the regulations of the most demanding countries, such as the countries of the EU.

Waste to Energy

by BEKON Energy Technologies GmbH & Co. KG     based in Unterföhring, GERMANY

This process is characterised by generating energy from biomass with garage-shaped digesters / fermentation containers. The digesters are constructed gas-tight and wheeled loaders or front loaders can be used for emptying/filling. Usually, multiple digesters are combined into one block and can be operated with time lags in batch operation. Since ...

RWL Water - Waste-to-Energy

by RWL Water LLC     based in Minneapolis, MINNESOTA (USA)

RWL Water’s experience, skills, awareness of, and attention to energy savings have ledto optimal completion of the industrial cycle by recycling process waste. We are expertsin the installation of anaerobic treatment systems and the development of cost-effectivesolutions for our customers. RWL Water offers customized plants for the production of ...

Waste to Energy

by AMSCO Wear Products Inc.     based in Goshen, NEW YORK (USA)

If you are involved in converting waste to energy using shredders, we have the parts you need to help keep them running reliably and efficiently. We provide the highest quality and longest lasting hammers and grates for the waste-to-energy (WtE) or energy-from-waste (EfW) industries. When you need great service, replacement wear parts, ...

Jet pumps for waste water aeration

by Körting Hannover AG     based in Hannover, GERMANY

In the case of waste water aeration Körting Ejectors fulfil the highest demands that effluent and sewage treatment plants can make on an efficient and reliable oxygen transfer system.

JFE - Model Hyper Z Series - Waste to Energy Plants

by JFE Engineering America Inc.     based in Long Beach, CALIFORNIA (USA)

JFE Engineering reviewed waste to energy plant technology and prices in all stages from the design, construction to operation and finally established a brand “Hyper Z Series' with both high performance and life cycle cost reduction. In pursuit of the Hyper Z Series, we optimized specifications, standardized of equipment and made an ...

Waste Exhaust Heat Boilers

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

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 ...

GE - Model EGHE - Exhaust Gas Heat Exchangers

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Exhaust gas heat exchangers (EGHE) utilise waste heat from the exhaust of the GE's Jenbacher gas enginecogeneration plant. They are typically located adjacent to the engine or are mounted on the roof of a containerised 

GE - Model Clean Cycle 125™ - Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) Systems

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) systems utilise waste heat produced from industrial processes such as gas engine exhausts to provide additional electrical power. They can be used to generate additional electrical power for cogeneration plants using a surplus heat.

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