Gas and fuel oil have been and still are reliable and affordable sources of heat supply. Depending on the design, capacity and heat requirements of the heat generator and emission criteria, each of these standard fuels offers specific advantages and hence, is suitable for different applications.
With extremely low calorific values, formalin, corex, coal gas, CO and furnace gas are not suitable for conventional firing. More often than not, they are disposed of with auxiliary fuels. We believe that these could be used as the basis of reliable and/or alternate heat supply. With the right technology, it is possible to put these lean gases to use in almost all types of heat generators. Besides, these can also guarantee the lowest emission values of almost all fuels.
Low heat value liquid waste materials are a by-product of many processes and their thermal utilization cannot be achieved with conventional technology. We have developed in-house solutions in this area for thermal utilization of such liquids with extremely low heat values – with fluctuating energy content, high water content and lots of ash.
Many industrial by-products are not suitable for conventional firing: This is because they are highly viscous and corrosive; destroy seals, crack easily, contain lots of ash and ignite poorly. Nevertheless, utilizing their thermal potential often pays for itself twice over, replacing standard fuel and saving disposal costs.
Biogenic fuels supplement and/or replace standard fossil fuels. However, bioethanol, canola oil, CME (canola methyl ester), biogas, fuel oil or glycerin place high and very differing requirements on the firing system. However, with our technology, these can be used to generate a reliable and clean part of energy supply.