Piromak large plant Line (Pyrolyzer Gasifier with a capacity of 100,000 to 2,000,000 ton/year)
The PYROLYZER GASIFIER (Note: we do not provide a detailed explanation of how the Pyro works because it is protected by an industrial secret. This is why certain features are not disclosed) The plant is an industrial invention owned and patented by Piromak Srl. It is used for the disintegration of organic waste, such as biomass (wood, shrubs, vegetable fibre, organic sludge, olive pomace, grape seeds, plant residue from industrial processes, the dried layer of forest floor, dried animal manure, slaughterhouse waste, yarn, leather, Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF), industrial waste, decontaminated earth, seaweed, bilge water, rubber, creosote-painted railway sleepers, tyres, various plastics (polyethylene terephthalate, polyethylene, etc.)
What is obtained by molecular disintegration:
Disintegration involves the splitting of the molecules that makes up the waste in a thermal field at a very high temperature, obtaining atomic fauna. Then, in the second phase, the reformation of molecules occurs that are different from the original molecules and a gas is obtained called Syngas (CH4 + CO + CO2 + H2 + C3H8 + C4H10) with a thermal power of 7-9,000 kcal/kg. Depending on the material loaded, a specific amount of synthetic oil (diesel) is also produced, as well as methyl alcohol (CH3.OH) and the entire chain of aromatic hydrocarbons. At the end of the process, a carbon particulate resembling wood charcoal is also obtained. Given the type of process, this becomes activated carbon, so it can be sold to obtain substantial revenue. If it is decided not to sell it or put it to use, it can be loaded in the DCS and used as fuel for the disintegration process.