High efficiency Zero emissions Waste to Energy
Processing of industrial and municipal organic waste in high temperature ablative pyrolysis system HTAP for renewable high heating value fuel gas and value-added chemicals (waste2energy)
🔅Zero emissions (no added oxidizing agent, exothermic reaction does not require external heat supply)
🔅Waste sourcing and mixing flexibility
🔅Designed for maximizing of high heating value synthetic fuel gas production
🔅Zero liquid residue discharge
🔅Zero solid residue waste (used for production of fuel briquettes, adsorbents, carbon black, etc.)
🔅Options for conversion of produced synthetic gas into liquid hydrocarbons (dimethyl ether, methanol)
🔅Options for conversion of produced synthetic gas into renewable hydrogen
🔅Modular design for projects implementation time reduction
🔅Availability of containerized factory packaged configurations
One HTAP10 system produces enough synthetic fuel gas
to generate electric power for 2500 households
HTAP TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
(i)Syntenic fuel gas – produced mixture of hydrogen, carbon monoxide, methane and higher hydrocarbons. Quantity of produced gas is dependent on volatiles in the waste source.
(ii)Pyrolysis char – mixture of fixed carbon and mineral ash compounds.
(iii)All overhaul operations are performed onsite. No need to send any major technological equipment to the factory.
HTAP5 is supplied in two sea high cube sized containers for onsite vertical coupling.
HTAP5 CONTAINERIZED SYSTEM
Process flow diagram
Organic waste matter is fed into a course shredder from the receiving conveyor. After shredder it comes to the drying module. After drying organic waste passes through fine grinder and the final drier. Quantity of shredding/drying machines are waste source dependent. The waste powder that is fed to HTAP pyrolysis has moisture content 2-4% and fraction size 1-3 mm.
Waste organic is decomposed into syngas and pyrolysis char at temperature above 900deg.C. Syngas vapor passes through imbedded overheating chamber to decompose condensable polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons into hydrogen, carbon monoxide and methane. The discharged syngas is supplied for electric and heat power production in ICE gensets, gas turbines or gas boilers.
Pyrolysis char is cooled and stored in the buffer vessel for subsequent production of value-added chemicals or solid fuel briquettes.
Operating mode of the system is continuous 8600 hours per year with scheduled maintenance stops every 4000 hours.
RECOMMENDATIONS AND PERFORMANCE
HTAP MODULAR ECO-SYSTEM
WTE PRO implemented onsite power generation projects since 2004 for customers in CIS countries. During that time, we installed more than 1500 generators in various application areas and geographical regions: from north - Kolguev island in Baretsevo sea to south - Uzbekistan, from west - Belarus to east - Sakhalin island.
We worked with many key accounts in our region: Gazprom, Rosneft, Lukoil, Telecoms, Ministry of Railways, Ministry of sport, etc. delivering systems for critical applications and sites. We completed several projects for customers in EU, MEA and US regions.
Our technical knowledge covers small scale turbines as well as internal combustion engines and auxiliary equipment (heat boilers, compressors, PLC based automation and controls).
We have proprietary patented solutions (HTAP) for waste recovery for energy and chemical value-added products that is our strategic product for the current and future company development.
We have packaging facility in Kazakhstan where we design and manufacture modular systems prepackaged for particular projects to minimize time and cost of onsite construction and commissioning.
We have in-house project design department that can produce drawings for site arrangement.
We do onsite commissioning work by our own personnel, providing fixed price instead of hourly charges.
We control quality of every projects from equipment selection till construction, commissioning and maintenance.
For commissioned sites we are ready to provide extended warranty service for 5/10 years with fixed price for scheduled and non—scheduled maintenance, including continuous onsite supervision if required.