Waste to Energy Equipment in Saskatchewan

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Magnegas Refineries

by MagneGas Corporation

The Magnegas Technology has received several certifications of performance by independent companies., Specialized c certifications are available from the factory for qualified inquiries. For a list of general certifications, please visit the website

Model PR-50 - Plasma Reactor

by High Temperature Technologies Corp. 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 ...

Model TR Series - Secondary shredders - Fine shredders - Waste shredders - Waste to Energy shredder

by UNTHA shredding technology

The powerful secondary shredders/fine shredders have been specifically developed for the secondary-shredding of the high calorific fraction and are mainly used for the refuse derived fuel production (called RDF, SRF or fluff). Our TR series (secondary shredder/fine shredder) can be easily

Eisenmann - BIOGAS Green Waste Technology

by EISENMANN Corporation USA

Eisenmann’s proprietary BIOGAS Green Waste technology utilizes anaerobic digestion to convert high solid waste organics to biogas. The biogas can either be directed to a combined heat and power (CHP) system to produce electrical power or it can be cleaned/compressed and fed into the natural gas pipeline or utilized as a transportation fuel ...

Phoenix - Waste To Energy Plants

by Phoenix Industries, LLC

Generate clean energy from a variety of processed waste streams such as municipal solid waste (MSW) or shredded tires. The self-sustaining system produces high quality 600-750 Btu syngas and activated carbon in a closed loop, non-pressurized system that produces virtually no emissions due to the patented de-volatization process. The syngas is used ...

Machinex - Waste-to-Energy Front-End Processing System

by Machinex Industries Inc.

Machinex provides custom front-end processing system for Waste-to-Energy technologies such as: plasma burning, bio-fuel production, anaerobic digestion and other refuse derived fuel. Machinex designs each sorting system specifically to the customer's needs, depending on the material they receive and the type of process they use. We make sure that ...

JFE - Model Hyper Z Series - Waste to Energy Plants

by JFE Engineering America Inc.

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 ...

Aireal - Combustion System

by Novo Energy, LLC

The heart of a Novo waste-to-energy facility is the patented Aireal Combustion System.  The Aireal Combustion System represents the latest development for combustion systems in the industry. This state-of-the-art mass burn design does not require any fuel preparation and has no moving parts exposed to the combustion zone. Fuel (municipal ...

Eisenmann - Model BIOGAS-AG - Technology For Agriculture - Organic Waste to Energy using Anaerobic Digestion

by EISENMANN Corporation USA

Eisenmann’s BIOGAS-AG technology utilizes anaerobic digestion to convert manure and catch crops to energy. The biogas can either be directed to a combined heat and power (CHP) system to produce electrical power or it can be cleaned/compressed and fed into the natural gas pipeline or utilized as a transportation fuel alternative.

Energy Recovery Systems

by The CMM Group

Energy Recovery Systems from The CMM Group can be incorporated into new air pollution control systems (APCS) (or other high temperature emitting devices) or be retrofit or added to an existing process. Energy recovery systems utilize the 100°C (212°F) to 815°C (1,500°F) of heat energy (depending on the heat emitting technology in ...

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