|covering the needs of own consumers (thermal and electric energy, cooling power)||deliveries to local consumers (heat and electricity)||deliveries to the network through the regulated energy market (electricity)|
|plastic wastes||blades of wind turbines with expired service terms||sorted MSW components||sewage sludge from the municipal wastewater treatment plants||used car/truck rubber tires||chicken manure, pig/cow manure, poultry, slaughterhouse wastes, other agro-waste|
|Productivity of the heat generator on raw materials (for sewage sludge with humidity 70%), kg/h||950|
|Output heat power of the heat generator, kW/h||600|
|Air consumption, m3/h, up to||3260|
|Energy consumption, kW/h, max||7|
|Requirements for raw materials:|
|— humidity of the incoming sludge sediment, %||70|
|— humidity (after drying in flue gases), % up to||25|
|— ash content, %, up to||90|
|— particle size (depending on the type of raw material), mm||0,5-5|
— thermal energy in the form of a torch with temperature
— inert ash or pyrocarbon (as required)
|Volume of loading hopper, m3||2,48|
|Occupied area, m2||9,14|
|Weight of installation, kg||3000|
Waste management issues have become one of the most important environmental issues since artificial materials have become widespread, remaining buried in waste dumps for tens or hundreds of years, poisoning soil, water and air.
The proposed technology of high-temperature continuous pyrolysis for waste utilization promotes not only the solving of environmental problems, but also solving the problem of energy resources shortages.
The offered technological complex can be compared with a small thermal power plant, where instead of expensive energy resources municipal waste will be used.
The equipment allows to produce thermal and electric power, with the reuse of biological and industrial materials, while eliminating the need for landfills and garbage dumps.