Has the task of “mixing” the organic emissions, air and the combustion source and to maintain the oxidation process.
Organic emissions can combust stably into non-harmful by-products only under certain conditions that limit the combustion levels. Simply put: the only way to clean the air is to give the emissions enough oxygen, the necessary combustion temperature and retention time.
In constructing the oxidation chamber we thus always pay special attention in constructing the combustion head, which is in fact a mixing station.
The mixing process depends on the concentration and types of solvents: whether air or oxygen need to be added, whether central or side burners are used, and on the type of insulation required.
Hard insulation results in the accumulation of more heat and enables an additional ignition when the reacting agents come in contact with the incandescent insulation. It also allows for greater speeds of nearby gases.
Softer insulation allows for a faster adaptation to the conditions in the chamber and is by far the better insulator.
The oxidation chamber should be equipped with at least one burner and a device monitoring the combustion parameters.
“Heat regeneration and recuperation with fewer costs.”
– We pay special attention to choosing the system for utilizing the generated heat, which is why recommend the version which is the most cost-effective in respect to the entire technological process (heat regeneration and recuperation).