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Articles & Whitepapers
OVERVIEW OF MINERGY’S GLASSPACK® VITRIFICATION TECHNOLOGY
Vitrification, defined as a thermal process for converting minerals into glass, is an emerging technology in the area of treating wastewater residuals. Vitrification has a well established track record in other industrial processes especially glass furnaces used in the glass manufacturing industry and slagging furnaces used in coal-fired power generation.Wastewater treatment residuals, such as ...
Radioactive waste management experience of Moscow SIA 'Radon'
Vitrification and cementation are used for conditioning liquid radioactive waste (LRW) at SIA 'Radon'. More than 2000 m³ of LRW are treated on the vitrification plant and 100,000 m³ of LRW on ...
Tetronics partners with Costain under government innovation programme for nuclear waste
Tetronics International, the global leader in the supply of Direct Current (DC) plasma plants for hazardous waste treatment and metal recovery, is delighted to announce that together with its lead partner Costain it has been successful in winning a ...
Equipment & Solutions
Plasma Torch System
Self-Stabilized Arc System; Dual Mode Operation - Transferred and Non-Transferred Arc; Flexible Process Heater - Used for heating process gas to high temperatures, 1500oC - 5000oC; Can operate on most gases, e.g. Air, pure Oxygen, Nitrogen, Carbon-monoxide, Hydrogen etc. Nominal Power 5 kW - 300 kW; High Thermal Efficiency; Long Electrode Life ranging between 200-1000 hours depending on nature of ...