Pyrolysis is the thermal decomposition of waste into gas and solid phases in the absence of the external oxygen supply. The process takes place under the temperatures typically around 500 C or above. The gaseous product of it can undergo the following transformations in downstream processes like cooling down followed by oil condensing and liquefaction is applicable for a limited number of feed stock.
Any other cracking and cleaning in order to be used as fuel in a gas engine; this gas conditioning is a complicated problem and additional disadvantage is that further treatment of the pyrolysis char will be performed at the high temperatures around 1500 C and secondary combustion and generation steam in boiler, which consequently will be sent to steam turbine to generate electricity.
Some of the advantages of this process are that the pyrolysis process is relatively insensitive to its input waste, combustion products associated with the burned solid waste are not generated, and dioxins formation can be efficiently prevented.
renewable energy process
Bio-energy is now accepted as having the potential to provide the major part of the projected renewable energy provisions of the future. It has been ascertained that the biomass is a common form of renewable energy and widely used in the world. The use of biomass to provide energy has been identified as a fundamental to the development of civilization. There are different types of thermo-chemical conversion technologies available for converting biomass into energy which stretches from direct burning to more complex processes including gasification or pyrolysis.
Among these processes, it has become increasingly popular because it gives products of better quality compared to any other thermo-chemical conversion processes for biomass. A computational fluid dynamics model is developed using Advanced System for Process Engineering PLUS which is a computer assisted energy simulation tool to analyse and optimize the performance of pyrolysis process
i.e., to maximize the yields of pyrolysis products such as bio-oil, biochar and syngas as a function of pyrolysis temperature, operating conditions, and physical and chemical properties of biomass. The simulation was done for four types of biomass, namely shredded green waste, pine chips, wood and birch. The results show that the shredded green waste is the best for bio-oil production which possesses high cellulose and low moisture content. The bio-oil of up to 58% can be produced from this material.
pyrolysis quality product
As pyrolysis tyre crude oil trader and manufacturer, we guarantee the quality and price of the products. Pricing: The price of fuel oils are affected by global petroleum price. Ex Work:Tk.52/L clear fuel oil, Tk. 15/kg steel wire, Tk. 8.0/kg Carbon black. We will be able to supply minimum 120 MT per month and Payment Terms: Cash, T/T, L/C, Bikash. Packing: The normal packing is in plastic drum. Extra charge might occur when customer requires special packing.
We try to maintain following criteria:
1. Raw material: motor oil, waste tire crude oil, plastic crude oil
2. Heating method: Indirect heating to prolong the machine service life
3. Operating pressure: Constant pressure
4. Heating material: Coal, charcoal, fuel gas, fuel oil
5. Average out-put oil rate: 95%
6. Material of reactor: 2 reactor with different material
7. Thickness of reactor: 18mm
8. Mode of cooling: Recycled water cooling
We provide best quality products and very competitive price on the market.Our target is to build a long term business relationship with our customers. The moisture-free crude TPO contains impurities, carbon particles, and sulfur particles. Volume of concentric hydrosulfuric acid (8%) is mixed with the crude TPO and stirred well.