UNIVASTUM

UNIVASTUM'S
Waste Advanced
Reforming Process WARP

®
UNIVASTUM's WARP® GASIFICATION TECHNOLOGY is unique and there is no similar technology in the market today.
WARP® GASIFICATION TECHNOLOGY generates energy without harmful emissions, noise, or odor and no harmful impact to the surrounding community. Its allows any producer of waste to reduce its carbon footprint profitably.
Technology
WARP® Gasification
WARP® Gasification Technology Reactor

Reactor - shaft furnace with a height of 14 meters with a lining. Loading is carried out from above through the loading hopper (gateway). The mixture enters the reactor and slowly moves down the oxygen-free zone.

Waste passes through the zone of low-temperature and high-temperature pyrolysis and the coking zone.

In the combustion zone (under lack of oxygen), coke, steam and semi-coke react with O2. The temperature in the combustion zone does not rise above 1200 °C. This is realized by supplying water vapor, which contributes to an increase in the formation of CO and H2 and significantly accelerates the time of waste processing.

Ash and catalyst, passing the combustion zone, are slowly discharged from the bottom of the reactor.

In the reactor, the principle of heat recovery is carried out due to the movement of oncoming flows. The mixture moves down, and the air and gasification products up. Over the combustion zone, gasification products heat the waste and nozzle and exit the reactor with a temperature of 200-250 °C.

Below the combustion zone, cold air draws heat
from the ash and catalyst, which are discharged from the bottom of the reactor at a temperature of 150 °C.

The unloaded catalyst with a temperature of 100 °C is recycled to the reactor. The gasification process is regulated by a vacuum exhaust fan, which is located outside the reactor.


WARP® Gasification Technology Reactor

WARP® Gasification Technology Reactor

WARP® Gasification
Technology Reactor

Reactor - shaft furnace with a height of 14 meters with a lining. Loading is carried out from above through the loading hopper (gateway).The mixture enters the reactor and slowly moves down the oxygen-free zone.

Waste passes through the zone of low-temperature and high-temperature pyrolysis and the coking zone.

In the combustion zone (under lack of oxygen), coke, steam and semi-coke react with O2. The temperature in the combustion zone does not rise above 1200 °C. This is realized by supplying water vapor, which contributes to an increase in the formation of CO and H2 and significantly accelerates the time of waste processing.

Ash and catalyst, passing the combustion zone, are slowly discharged from the bottom of the reactor. In the reactor, the principle of heat recovery is carried out due to the movement of oncoming flows.
The mixture moves down, and the air and gasification products up.

Over the combustion zone, gasification products heat the waste and nozzle and exit the reactor with a temperature of 200-250°C. Below the combustion zone, cold air draws heat from the ash and catalyst, which are discharged from the bottom of the reactor at a temperature of 150 °C.

The unloaded catalyst with a temperature of 100 °C is recycled to the reactor.
The gasification process is regulated by a vacuum exhaust fan, which is located outside the reactor.


A detailed process flow of our WARP® GASIFICATION TECHNOLOGY
Show Process Flow
A detailed process flow of our WARP® GASIFICATION TECHNOLOGY

Ecological Benefits

"Zero Waste" principle
The mobile complex for the disposal of hydrocarbon-containing waste works on the principle of "Zero Waste".
All products formed in the process of waste disposal are used to obtain products, namely:
* Results may vary depending on the type of waste. Please contact UNIVASTUM for a more exact estimate.
No Dioxins
UNIVASTUM technology eliminates the formation of dioxins. In zones I, II, III, the environment is reducing. In its free form, H2 is present in significant volumes.
All oxygen is triggered in zone IV. Moreover, in zone IV, hot coke and semi-coke come into contact with oxygen (combustion process). The absence of free oxygen above the combustion zone precludes the formation of dioxins.
No Nitrogen Oxides
A large amount of NOx is formed at temperatures above 1400 °C. In this technology, the maximum temperature in the combustion zone does not exceed 1200 °C, which prevents the formation of nitrogen oxides more than the maximum permissible concentration. This is confirmed by the control of NOx during measurements in the exhaust gas.
Concern for man and his fate must always form the chief interest of all technical endeavors. Never forget this in the midst of your diagrams and equations.
- Albert Einstein

Key Advantages

Solving Environmental Issues
The environmentally friendly and ecologically safe removal of waste and potential contaminants with zero emissions without burning or incineration.
Reducing the Cost of Electricity
Additional electricity, heat, or cooling generated using waste at minimal cost can be a source of revenue or reduction in operating costs.
Image and Reputation
A company that cares for the preservation of the environment certainly improves its reputation both in the eyes of the local population and the world.

Contact our Team to learn more about
WARP® GASIFICATION TECHNOLOGY

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