waste to energy Equipment in New Zealand

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Austin AI - Model QXR-WTE - Waste-To-Energy Sorting & Separating System

by Austin AI, Inc.     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

Austin AI's QXR-WTE (Waste-To-Energy) is a unique automated system that rapidly and accurately sorts and separates municipal waste material into product specific categories based on its chemical composition. Based on proven Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF) technology, the QXR-WTE system is ideal for MSW recycling.

UNTHA - Model XR Series - Waste Shredder

by UNTHA shredding technology     based in Kuchl, AUSTRIA

UNTHA’s XR shredder is a slow running pre-shredder and has been developed for the coarse and medium shredding of untreated municipal solid waste (MSW), bulky waste and commercial and industrial waste (C&I waste).

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 ...

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 Jenbacher gas engine. They are typically located adjacent to the engine or are mounted on the roof of a containerised combined heat and power unit. They are present in a wide range of different applications and along with the other systems can be used to achieve ...

Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) Systems

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

GE’s Clean Cycle™ system, at full capacity, adds 125kW of electrical power output to a heat-generating application without consuming additional fuel. Operating at full load, one Clean Cycle™ system generates approximately 1 million kWh of electricity per year that would have otherwise been generated on the grid. This avoids more ...

Absorption Chillers

by Clarke Energy     based in Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM

Absorption chillers produce chilled water by heating two different substances that are in thermal equilibrium to separation, then reuniting them through heat removal. An example of two substances that may be used for this process is water and lithium bromide.

MSW - Processing Feeding System

by Greenlight Energy Solutions Corp.     based in San Francisco, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The Waste Conversion Pyrolysis technology implements a high-temperature continuous feed pyrolysis process and transforms mixed municipal waste that comes unsorted to the landfills into 90-98% of combustible syngas and 2-10% of solid carbon char which has further use. In order to meet the needs of today's polluted environment, our Waste Conversion ...

Fueltron - Combustion Enhancement Process

by Fluid Dynamics International Ltd     based in Maidenhead, UNITED KINGDOM

In 2010 Fluid Dynamics developed the Fueltron combus tion enhancer following several requests from our clients to deve lop a system that can increase the combustion efficiency of fuel and redu ce associated combustion gasses. Following development of the Fueltron it was trialled at a number of companies around the world to prove its effectivene ...

AUT - Generation of Energy Carriers

by AUT Anlagen- und Umwelttechnologie GmbH     based in Chemnitz, GERMANY

Secondary fuels become primary energy carriers. This AUT process enables the generation of an energy carrier from mixed and untreated municipal solid waste (MSW) that contains a great amount of organic substances. The energy carrier produced by this process can replace up to 95% or the carbon (coal) used in industrial combustion processes.

TITECH - Model x-tract - Separator with X-ray technology

by TOMRA Sorting (TITECH)     based in Mülheim-Kärlich, GERMANY

The TITECH x-tract identifies materials irrespective of their surface. With X-ray technology it can separate substances on the basis of their atomic density and is so able to separate material concentrates into differ x-tractent material types.

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