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Combustion plants

We build our systems in two variants of comparable technology.

 

These are:

Transportable Incinerators

 

Our TIU solution can be put anywhere into operation and has an excellent combustion capacity.

It is a stand-alone unit, i.e. it has all necessary auxiliaries on board, like power generator, compressor, lance spray system for liquids, fuel tank and emergency water tank.

Latest burner and control technology, and of course a flue gas cleaning unit is the basis that the plant meets the highest environmental standards.

The rigid construction and the easy operability improve the transportable usage in site camps.

 

transportable incinerator unit for the army

incinerator unit for the army

   
 Pictures: Army units Army unit back for service


Features on a view

 

- Transportable solution.
- Excellent combustion capacity.
- Complete unit.
- Easy commissioning.
- Easy maintanance.
- Low energy consumption.
- Low operation cost.
- High performance.
- Environmental friendly.
- Made in Germany Quality.
- State of the Art means highest technology standards.

 

The system is supplied as a finished and tested (German TUEV) product.

 

Stationary Combustion Plants

Incinerator units of Zanni+Partner Ltd.

 

Stationary Incinerator Units are combustion- and flue gas cleaning/filter plants with an excellent combustion capacity (300-500 and 1000-5000 kg/h). They are designed as environmentally friendly as TIU's, but designed for a local assembly.

 

 

Features on a view

- High combustion capacities.
- Easy commissioning.
- Easy maintanance.
- Low energy consumption.
- Low operation cost.
- High performance.
- Environmental friendly.
- Made in Germany Quality.
- State of the Art means highest technology standards.

The system is supplied as a finished and tested (German TUEV) product.

All systems with comparable technology!

 

We prefer to use fully equipped units, because there is a big difference between burning of Domestic waste and burning of Hazardous waste. 

Burning the waste is not simply burning it as some people may imagine.

Our incinerators using physical and chemical methods to destroy and separate air pollutants.

 

These are:


- thermal destruction,
- chemical neutralization,
- physical filtering,
- adsorption.

 

filter modules

 

THERMAL DESTRUCTION of waste combines high temperature, long residence time and high turbulence together with an efficient gas management system to ensure that waste materials are efficiently destroyed. Waste, when heated to a very high temperature undergoes predictable physical and chemical changes. The high temperature, that is over 1000°C prevents the formation of complex organic molecules and breaks down organics into gas. These primary molecules are stable at that temperature. The oven of our system is capable of burning the waste at a temperature of 800 to 1200°C. The rule for the kind of waste is, the more toxic the material, the higher the burning temperature needs to be.

CHEMICAL NEUTRALIZATION has been done by use of a special additive that must be added to the waste. This is a very effective additive for SO2, HCl and HF, heavy metals, dioxins, etc.

PHYSICAL FILTERING will be applied by means of a special filter system. The particle removal creates a filter cake, which supports the removal efficiency. Depending on the differential pressure measured across the filter, the parts of the filter elements are cleaned by means of pressurized air impulses.

ADSORPTION is a part of the chemical neutralization, e.g. the binding of molecules or particles to a surface, will be done by means of feeding the flue gas through activated carbon. In this stage, the flue gas components with color or those that have taste or odor will be bound, so all these may-be-non-toxic-but disturbing gas components will be eliminated and a colorless, odorless flue gas will be emitted to the atmosphere. 

As a result above destruction/separation systems in combination care for a very environmental friendly incineration based on the Environmental Regulation of European Union (EU) and that of Germany.

 

Incineration of waste is a necessity to protect the environment.

 

 

 

These documents may interest you:

 

 

  Stationary Incinerator
SIBF300-500

Capacity 300-500 kg/h
 

 

  Stationary Incinerator
SIBF1000-5000

Capacity 1000-5000 kg/h

 

  Transportable Incinerators
TIU
 

 

  Transportable Incinerators
Disease Control Units
DCU

 

  Hover Bed after 8000
operation hours
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Environmental Protection

 

 

 

Thermal Processes

 

 

Gas Systems

 

 

 

Valve catalogue

 

  Safety Shut-off Devices
for Liquid Fuels
 

 

  Safety Shut-off Devices
for Gaseous Fuels

  Safety Quick-closing and Control Valve Devices
for Gas Turbines
 

  Slag Catcher Systems for Pipelines

 

 

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