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waste plasma Applications

  • Fuel and Energy Future - Advanced Plasma Oxidation

    Fuels made from vegetable oil like Jatropha, Castor, Moringa, other plants and even algae and converting oil containing waste materials into fuel, are the future. World wide research and testing are going on to implement and produce so called bio fuels. EnvoPark Thailand has 2 products and applications which first reduce the costs and dangers of Bio fuel production as widely used today through esterification which is a highly toxic and flammable process compared to the PBS cracking process which does not require any chemicals at all.

    By EnvoPark Thailand Co.Ltd. based in Bangkok, THAILAND.

  • Hazardous and Special Wastes

    Gasplasma® uses a DC Plasma Converter to crack impurities from the raw syngas. The intense heat and strong UV light produced by the Plasma Arc neutralises hazardous wastes, such as sludge and oils, creosote and other preservatives and chemicals. Gasplasma® transforms the organic parts of the waste into a hydrogen-rich syngas that is used to generate clean, renewable power and renewable heat. The second stage Plasma Converter makes hazardous elements inert and all the inorganic materials are vitrified into an environmentally benign product called Plasmarok®.

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

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    Waste recovery for glass manufacturing

    Tetronics` twin torch system has been used continuously for the commercial production of high quality silica glass for optical applications since 1992. Tetronics’ unique twin torch technology allows a plasma arc to be created in space, which enables a falling stream of high quality silica powder to be melted at the junction of the two arcs to form an ingot of high optical quality silica glass. By using plasma as a clean and controllable heat source, the product has a high degree of integrity, because the absence of a natural gas flame means the resulting product is free from bubbles, contamination and other defects.

    By Tetronics (International) Limited based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Industrial air pollution control for the electronics and electrical industry

    The world`s appetite for electronic devices - from simple household appliances to sophisticated computers - has led to rapid growth of both these industries. Typically for the electronics industry, there are large waste gas streams (up to 400,000 Nm³/h) with relatively low concentrations of different solvents. The waste gases mainly occur in coating, cleaning and etching processes during the production of semiconductors, CDs/DVDs, Blue-ray discs, DVTs, TFT-LCD and plasma displays. The electronics industry has important standards to meet regarding environmental protection. CTP complies with these requirements: From zero emission goals, to installations on the roofs of production facilities.

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