Caloric Anlagenbau GmbH

Caloric Anlagenbau GmbH

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  • Incinerators & Thermal Oxidisers

  • Incinerators for Alkaline Solutions

    Incinerators for Alkaline Solutions

    By incineration of alkaline solutions, low-melting eutectics are formed which always lead to an attack of the refractory lining of the combustion chamber. In order to avoid total wear of the initial ceramic lining a jacketed combustion chamber is used. The heat loss through the chamber is utilised to generate saturated steam. By this, the refractory lining is cooled and damaged parts of it will be replaced by solidified melt.The alkaline solution,...

  • Incineration Units for Waste Containing Fixed Nitrogen

    Incineration Units for Waste Containing Fixed Nitrogen

    The chemical NOX (also called 'fuel-NOX') is decisive for the formation of NOX during the combustion of wastes containing organic nitrogen or ammonia. Depending on type and concentration of the nitrogen compound, up to 85% of the fixed nitrogen will form NOX during a single-stage combustion process. The selection of the appropriate technology for the NOX treatment is depending on the nitrogen concentration in the wastes and on the plant setup...

  • Incineration Units for Waste Containing Halogens or Sulphur

    Incineration Units for Waste Containing Halogens or Sulphur

    During combustion of halogenated wastes, typically chlorine or fluor, at temperatures above 1100°C and sufficient oxygen in the flue gas, HCl and traces of Cl2 respectively HF are formed. Accordingly, during combustion of sulphur-containing wastes, SO2 and small amounts of SO3 are formed.

  • Incineration Units for Waste Containing Chlorine with HCI Recovery

    Incineration Units for Waste Containing Chlorine with HCI Recovery

    The common way to produce HCl is to convert chlorine with pure hydrogen in a HCl synthesis unit. The hydrogen required for this process is generated typically in a steam reformer using natural gas as feed stream. However in case wastes with higher chlorine concentrations are available, an economical alternative for HCl production by HCl synthesis is the HCl recovery from waste incineration.

  • Incinerators for Waste Containing Salt

    Incinerators for Waste Containing Salt

    During incineration of salt-containing wastes, some of the salt will accumulate on the incinerator wall whilst the other part is carried as gas in the flue gas. The arrangement of the combustion chamber must therefore allow for drainage of the salt slag. In the quench system with immersion tube, the slag will be dissolved.

  • Aqueous Waste Incinerators

    Aqueous Waste Incinerators

    To burn the oxidisable elements in the waste water, it must either be evaporated outside the combustion chamber, or it evaporates inside the combustion chamber. The high heat of evaporation of water, which normally has to be achieved by using primary energy, is synonymous with a high specific energy requirement. A new patented process yields in a drastic reduction in fuel consumption while burning aqueous wastes. The water content of the waste is...