Organic compounds are cracked thermally in absence of oxygen causing no or very lean combustion in these thermal processes. The fumes formed contain several hydrocarbon fractions in the range of 3 until ~12 Carbon atoms that are incinerated in an afterburner within 2 seconds at 850°C forming non-harmful flue gas.
Distinction is made between low (<450°C) and high (>750°C) temperature pyrolysis. The latter is also named “demineralization process” and deals actually with cremation processes of humans and/or animals. PLOUM Engineering gathered expertise en experience in this specialism however is not involved in cremation processes and/or equipment for humans.
PLOUM Engineering has developed a calculus model for low temperature pyrolysis. For a flyer regarding the pyrolysis spreadsheet, see the relative download page.
- Process design and engineering.
- Plant design.
- Generation of technical specifications.
- Project conduct upon implementation.
- Support for acquiring permits.
- Supporting commissioning and acceptance.
- Trouble shooting.
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