WASTE TO ENERGY SYSTEM
PROVIDING TOTAL SOLUTIONS
Conversion of waste to energy is being a challenging task for many countries since it involves a very high level of technical know-how and the initial cost of such a project also very high. However, now there are many technologies are being invented and applied all around the globe. Out of those technologies, Korean technology has a major place in the market due to high productivity, durability, low environmental impact, and low processing cost. In the view of the above, the promoters of this project have been able to partner with some foreign and local institution namely.
Innovative cyclone combustion system
Temperature & air flow in Combustor
Advantage of cyclone combustor
No fire-insulated wall required
Apply advanced film cooling technology that cold air flowing along the combustion area wall for protecting the walls against high temperature combustion heat above 1000℃.
Complete combustion and minimize hazardous gas emissions for various fuels.
Complete combustion is possible due to the structure that can heat the inflowed air above 500℃.
Suppression of clinker production
Unique patented combustion method, ASH is automatically discharged by centrifugation principle, no clinker is produced.
Ultra-high temperature combustion
Ultra-high temperature combustion above 1500 ℃ with high preheating (high heat capacity, above 80% higher efficiency)
High efficiency without shaft, the volume of the furnace is significantly smaller than existing products.
|Cyclone combustion system||VS||Tranditional incineration system|
|Simple structure & low installation cost||Installation
|High installation cost due to large complex
|more than 20 years
(Air curtain effect, long continuous operation possible)
|lifecycles||Short life due to frequent failures|
|Less than 1/3 of the same class||Size||Oversize than incineration amount|
|Centrifugal automatic ash discharge solve
Clinker occurrence problem
|Clinker||Clinker occurrence problem exists|
|Very low operating / maintenance costs
(Automatic operation without auxiliary fuel,
minimization of electricity consumption)
|O&M Cost||ㆍHigh operating and maintenance costs
(Large electricity consumption)
Exhaust GAS Reduction Rate