plasma arc Equipment in Georgia (US)

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  • Subcategory: Waste to Energy ×

  • Keyword: plasma arc ×

  • Location: USA ×

  • Location: Georgia (US) ×

Air Plasma Torches (APT)

by PyroGenesis Canada Inc.     based in Montreal, QUEBEC (CANADA)

Originally designed for waste gasification, this plasma torch has been used on marine ships for waste destruction, as well as on PyroGenesis Canada's land-based Plasma Resource Recovery Systems for waste-to-energy applications. PyroGenesis Canada's air plasma torch systems are also employed in other waste to energy projects.

Plasma Arc Gasification System

by B-2B Global Solutions     based in Margate, FLORIDA (USA)

1,000 lbs. of 300°F steam per 100 lbs. of waste processed. All electric process. 90%+Volume and Weight reduction. Non-leaching residual may be land-filled as general waste or sewer discharged. Clean air and water vapor emissions. Less than 500 CFM total air discharge. Low processing costs - 3 to 11 cents per pound with heat recovery. Can ...

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 ...

Plasma Gasification Transforms

by Alliance Federated Energy     based in Milwaukee, WISCONSIN (USA)

Plasma gasification transforms the energy value in waste into a clean reusable gas—this 'ultimate recycling' is the future of the waste-to-energy industry and will help meet the growing demand for renewable, green energy.

Tetronics - Gas Heating Torches

by Tetronics (International) Ltd     based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM

Tetronics gas heating torches are based on Tetronics’ highly successful Direct Current (DC) system, operating in a non-transferred arc mode. They have a typical range of operating power of between 50 and 300 kW and can accept almost any gas as the working gas to be heated. Their design makes them ideal for providing a clean, controllable ...

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