Grate incineration

New construction, optimization and revamping
Varied fuels like household waste and refuse-derived fuels lead to particularly uneven combustion unlike fossil fuels. The resulting situation in plant operation makes operations difficult and has an adverse effect on efficiency. The decrease in efficiency leads to increased CO2 emissions in particular.

Composition and calorific value of the waste or fuel for incineration have changed significantly over the last few years. What is more the statutory requirements for firing, including loss on ignition of the slag, have also become stricter. We have been successfully involved in this area for years and have responded to these changes.

At the forefront of current ongoing research activities is optimization of systems engineering for incineration plants, in particular in the field of firing technology, energy use and heat recovery. It goes without saying that this experience would also be incorporated to the benefit of your system during its many years of successful operation and would ensure that this too was operated successfully for decades to come.

Procedures adapted to customers' needs
We offer developers and operators flexible and innovative approaches. The versatility of the systems, tailored to each customer, is not only evident in that incineration of residual waste is in a broad range of calorific values 6>20>30 MJ/kg-, but also in the variety of throughput rates per one-way-grate line from 15.000 > 250.000 t/year. One-way-grate to 10 m broad.

High-calorific fuels with water-cooled grate
With refuse-derived fuels or residues from paper production, for example, a water-cooled feed grate is used. Deciding in favour of one or the other depends on the planned thermal input and the available fuel.

The best possible protection is prevention, and, where construction of plants stations and plant engineering are concerned, this is ensured by sound design and structure and which is the result of accurate analyses and surveys of the procedures used. Taking these results into account, coupled with experience from several decades of experience, leads to reliable and resilient component parts, which are incorporated in our processes.

These have been built designed for cost-effectiveness in mind and therefore contribute greatly to achieving a high level of efficiency and environmentally aware energy generation.