Water-cooled grate incineration

New plants and adaptation or revamping of existing plants
The portfolio of services ranges from consulting, development, project management, process engineering, manufacturing and assembly through to commissioning and full service for new plants or revamping of existing air or water-cooled grate incineration plants, from fuel feed, firing zone down to the discharge of the ash/slag.

Increasing plant capacity and the overall level of efficiency, improved process control An even load on the boiler - as regards heat, corrosion, abrasion, deposits, etc. - by avoiding imbalance through use of controlled incineration and energy distribution, resulting in even loading of the combustion chamber. Broad spectrum of fuels that can be used with widely varying calorific values - e.g. household waste, industrial waste, refuse-derived fuels, residues, production rejects, etc. - as well as different thermo-physical properties - e.g. bulk weight, particle size, etc.

Grate bars everyone without welds adapted for all existing grate systems. Guaranteed life time's 32,000 operating hours
The finished grate bars can be adapted for all existing grate systems, regardless of the plant manufacturer. The amount of wear remains minimal, even under the most extreme conditions.

  • For high-calorific fuels and extremely high thermic loadability; reduced wear; high availability
  • Good venting, optimum cooling thanks to defined geometry
  • Low expansion and internal stress, prevention of cracks
  • Low mechanical wear, huge reduction in stresses
  • Minimum deposits of non-ferrous heavy metals and material sintering
  • High water flow rate, no leaks, low drop in pressure
  • Uniform distribution of surface temperature and dissipation of heat
  • Rate of airflow is adjusted to the incineration process
  • Increase in intervals for inspection, low maintenance costs
  • Guarantee life time, emergency operation features
Studies of representative loading conditions for grate

In order to optimise the system, we undertake studies of representative loading conditions for the grate in cooperation with numerous operators. The goal is to increase robustness and imperviousness as well to develop customised incineration grates in order to be able to adjust to different fuels with calorific values that fluctuate in the upper range and to varying thermo-physical properties.