Research and Development in Plasma Technologies
Plasma gasification of refuse Wood, Bark, Sawdust, Straw and biomass
The gasification of biomass is a very smart way of its utilization. Tar content in the produced gas from materials such as Wood, Bark, Sawdust and Straw always plays an important role because high tar content disables some potentialities of the further treatment of the produced gas. There is a strong effort to produce gas with low tar content from this point of view. High concentrations of hydrogen and carbon monoxide also advance possibilities of the usage of the produced gas. Experiments were carried out in a reactor for Wood, Bark, Sawdust and Straw plasma gasification and consequence measurements of the tar content, confirmed that the reactor is absolutely suitable for this purpose mainly due to extremely low flow of plasma composed of argon, hydrogen and oxygen and its high inner temperature. The determination of benzene and toluene in a gas phase revealed really low concentrations of tar, mostly below 10 mg/Nm3.
Advanced Technology for Green Planet
With lowest amount of money
Eliminate the formation of hazardous substances such as dioxins, furans, NOx
Absence of combustion (oxidation) in the waste disposal cycle
The application of this technology does not lead to an increase in the cost of equipment for waste disposal
Microwave plasma Technology
Microwave plasma is a combination of microwave discharges generated by electromagnetic waves with frequencies exceeding 300 MHz. For obtaining the microwave discharges, plasma generators are used being called plasmatrons, which serve for supplying electromagnetic energy into the discharge volume. The generation of microwave plasma requires special devices, including a microwave oscillator, a magnetron, and waveguide equipment, which makes it possible to create an electromagnetic field with a strength exceeding 30 kV per cm in the discharge volume (resonator). In turn, it leads to the emergence of breakdown voltage and avalanche ionization of the plasma-forming gas (air, steam, inert gases, hydrogen, oxygen, etc.) as well as the formation of the plasma clot. An area of “plasma combustion” called a plasmoid is given the shape of a torch (plasma jet) with the help of an organized flow of plasma-forming gas, which is deduced outside the plasmatron. Thus, a double effect is achieved including protection of the plasmatron from overheating as well as destruction making a powerful tool for application in intensive high-temperature impact on organic and inorganic substances.
Computer Modeling and Simulation
We have a very powerful computer simulation team with extensive experience in this field, so we can provide high-quality simulation of processes of any plasma related systems using the most powerful software.
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Research, Development, Improvement, Design, realization, production of a prototype and industrial sample
By very powerful team, which includes professors, young scientists and engineers with extensive experience in this field, we will be able to provide the high-quality research, development, improvement and design for any plasma related system.
Connections and scientific cooperation with various universities in this industry, give us a great opportunity to find a solution to even the most complex problems associated with plasma technologies.
We have great experience to realization and production of a prototypes for further research and improvement and data monitoring.