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  • Pyrolysis Thermal Process

    The central element of the Reklaim technology is pyrolysis, a thermal process by which hydrocarbon materials are broken down into smaller constituent materials in an oxygen-free environment, or in an environment in which the oxygen content is too low for combustion or gasification to occur. During tire pyrolysis, chemical bonds within the rubber ...

    By Reklaim, Inc. based in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Pyrolysis

    Pyrolysis refers to the decomposition or transformation of a compound caused by heat. Pyrolysis and gasification are two related process, differing mostly by temperature and process reactants. As discussed in other sections, low temperature pyrolysis can be used to produce various products including torrefied wood, biochar and biocarbon. High ...

    By Lee Enterprises Consulting, Inc. based in Sherwood, ARKANSAS (USA).

  • Flash-Pyrolysis - Combined Heat and Power Plant

    Fast Pyrolysis is applied for the liquefaction of plant raw and residual materials. In the pyrolysis process, the feed material is decomposed by a rapid heating up to 500° C in the absence of oxygen. Beside the core product bio-oil, charcoal and gas are also obtained.

    By PYTEC Thermochemische Anlagen GmbH based in Hamburg, GERMANY.

  • Biochar

    Biochar is a name for charcoal when it is used for particular purposes. Like all charcoals, biochar is created by pyrolysis of biomass. Specifically, biochar is produced from wood, using a higher temperature pyrolysis process as compared to the temperatures used for torrefaction and biocarbon production – 400⁰C to 500⁰C. Biochar ...

    By Lee Enterprises Consulting, Inc. based in Sherwood, ARKANSAS (USA).

  • Waste-to-Energy Consulting Services

    We provide research and consulting services in most recent development of Waste-to-Energy and other renewable energy technologies, including gasification, pyrolysis, incineration, biofuels synthesis, carbon emission reduction. Providing state-of-the-art research and practical solution to Waste Management and renewable energy industries are our ...

    By Waste-to-Energy Consulting based in Ottawa, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Thermochemical Conversion Service

    Southern Research offers extensive experience and expertise in utilizing gasification and pyrolysis technologies for the cost-effective thermochemical conversion of biomass to biofuels, coal and coal-biomass to syngas, and syngas to liquids. Gasification involves heating biomass with approximately one-third of the oxygen necessary for complete ...

    By Southern Research Institute based in Birmingham, ALABAMA (USA). from Renewable and Bioenergy Systems Service line

  • Gasification

    Gasification is a process that converts organic or fossil based carbonaceous materials into carbon monoxide, hydrogen and carbon dioxide. Pyrolysis and gasification are related processes differing mostly in temperature and process reactants with gasification conducted at significantly higher temperatures than pyrolysis (1000⁰C to ...

    By Lee Enterprises Consulting, Inc. based in Sherwood, ARKANSAS (USA).

  • Torrefaction

    Torrefaction of biomass is best described as a low temperature pyrolysis where the organic material, typically wood, is heated in the absence of oxygen, producing a dry product with no biological activity like rotting. Torrified biomass is combined with coal to reduce emissions and increase the renewable fuel fraction of the power generated.

    By Lee Enterprises Consulting, Inc. based in Sherwood, ARKANSAS (USA).

  • Bioprocessing

    SRC works with clients to commercialize bioprocessing technologies and seamlessly transfer technology applications that meet their needs. We focus on the thermo-chemical conversion of biomass to make bioproduction faster, cleaner and more efficient.

    By Saskatchewan Research Council based in Saskatoon, SASKATCHEWAN (CANADA).

  • PER Plants Services

    The PER technology treats waste materials by indirectly applying heat (without oxygen) to various high molecule materials such as thermoplastics, waste tires, synthetic fibers, vinyl, and rubber. Chemical endothermic reaction takes place as carbon chains in the high molecule materials are broken down to lower molecular weight, decomposing them to ...

    By PER North America, LLC. based in Duluth, GEORGIA (US) (USA).

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