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oil recovery steam generator Applications

  • Renewable energy products solutions for the solar enhanced oil recovery sector

    Steam enhanced oil recovery burns fossil fuel to generate steam to inject in production wells to boost oil output. CSP can be used to generate steam for this use. Hyperlight uses the lowest cost materials, manufacturing method, and installation technique of any CSP technology yet deployed for industrial process heat and can be deployed at the smaller scale needed for commercial and industrial customers.

    By Hyperlight Energy based in Lakeside, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Air pollution control for the waste gasification industry

    Processes that create a synthetic gas (syn gas) in a gasification process for waste reduction, electricity generation, or steam production (CHP – combined heat and power processes) – commonly benefit from custom heat recovery systems.

    By Catalytic Products International (CPI) based in Lake Zurich, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • Low emissions auxiliary boilers to coal or otherwise fired power plants

    Whether providing high-efficiency, low emissions auxiliary boilers to coal or otherwise fired power plants across the United States, or heat recovery steam generators to natural gas fired turbine plants you will find Superior Boilers serving the needs of power generation customers for years to come.

    By Superior Boiler Works, Inc. based in Hutchinson, KANSAS (USA).

  • Multiple process fuels to make hot gas and thermal oil

    Particle board production requires huge amounts of hot gas at high temperatures for wood chips dryers. Besides generating heat for the main press, the thermal oil heater can generating hot water, steam or electricity (ORC application). VYNCKE offers a customized energy solution, burning a wide variety of process fuels and external fuels (all types of biomass).

    By VYNCKE based in Harelbeke, BELGIUM.

  • Industrial Solution for gasification & synthetic gas

    Gasification and synthetic gas production from various waste products are becoming increasingly important energy recovery technologies. Often, the synthetic gas contains various hazardous contaminants including H2S, HCl and other acids, heavy metals, and tars. The gas requires cleaning before it is introduced in the engine or boiler. Most of these processes generate significant concentration of tars. The tars can vary from very low molecular weight to large and complex chains.

    By Macrotek Inc. based in Markham, ONTARIO (CANADA).

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