indirect thermal desorption equipment in USA

  • Indirect Fired Thermal Desorption System

    With proposed Thermal Desorption system, hydrocarbons are separated from the solids in the sludge. The treated solids/sludge may have zero residual hydrocarbons, resulting in an end product that can be disposed cost-effectively without harming environment.

    By KMT International, Inc. based in Fremont, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Indirect Fired Thermal Desorption System Product line

  • Electrical Screw Thermal Desorption System

    System uses an indirect thermal desorption process to remove and recycle hydrocarbons from contaminated solids. Discharged solids are safe for landfill disposal. Residual hydrocarbons can meet strictest customer requirements. The system uses a very low speed rotation and, as a result, reducing maintenance cost. Electrical heating elements ...

    By KMT International, Inc. based in Fremont, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Electrical Screw Thermal Desorption System Product line

  • RLC - Model ATDU - Anaerobic Thermal Desorption Unit

    RLC Technologies Anaerobic Thermal Desorption Unit (ATDU)  is an complete waste processing plant built around an indirect fired rotary drum. Included equipment includes the vapor recovery unit, oil water separation, solids discharge and conditioning system and centralized plant controls. Every ATDU manufactured is designed to meet our ...

    By RLC Technologies, Inc. based in Glen Allen, VIRGINIA (USA).

  • Bench Scale Thermal Desorption Unit

    The Bench Scale Thermal Desorption Unit is an indirect heating unit with a condensing system and provides a method for measuring the percent of oil and water in a sample of hydrocarbon-contaminated soil. Knowledge of oil in soil is fundamental to bidding thermal soil treatment and possible blending of soils to obtain required PPM of oil. Moisture ...

    By Tarmac International, Inc. based in Lees Summit, MISSOURI (USA). from Bench Scale Thermal Desorption Unit Product line

  • Low Temperature Thermal Desorption (LTTD)

    ART and its associates can provide Low Temperature Thermal Desorption (LTTD) or High Temperature Thermal Desorption (HTTD) thermal desorption plants. A wide range of indirect and direct heated mobile and stationary systems is available. Treatment capacity ranges from 2 tph to 50 tph.  Each plant is backed up with production rate and ...

    By ART Engineering, L.L.C. (ART) based in Land O Lakes, FLORIDA (USA).

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