Pyrolysis is a common term for a carbonisation process where the chemical compounds of biomass are decomposed, all in a low-oxygen atmosphere. This thermo-chemical process releases final products such as: gas, bio-fuel, or carbon black.
Slow pyrolysis (low temperatures ca. 400C over a long period of time) is used to produce: Carbon Black

Rapid Pyrolysis (fast heated at high temperatures ca.1000 – 10000/s C) is used to produce: Bio-Fuel & Gas

Pyrolysis Technology Products
There is thorough research and evaluation done of the waste management problem a prospective client may have. The quantity and quality of re-usable energy products is solely based on the component of the unsorted waste arriving at the plant. The humidity and caloric value of the unsorted waste as well as other factors predicts the value of the outcome . This data is collected and is part of the analysis done by our company prior to establishing a quote for a client.

The research of the chemical composition of the waste as well as other parameters play a significant role in what re-usable energy product is desired and obtainable. Bio-Oil: can be combusted in boilers, gas turbines or generators to produce electricity. It not as stable as conventional fuels and needs to be further processed in order to be utilized as bio-diesel.


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