Hemiwedge Valve Corp. Inc.
Thermal Treatment Turns Biosolids into Gas
The Pyrobustor is a two-stage process, utilizing pyrolysis in a proprietary rotary drum followed by a post combustion system, to transform biosolids, sludge and other organic waste into an energy-rich gas. The residual non-volatile ash encapsulates minerals and metals, if present, into a stable inert form that permits disposal in landfills as a non-hazardous material. Depending on local market needs, the ash can also be used as filler for road construction, concrete products or similar applications. The unit is designed to treat biosolids streams of up to one dry ton per hour. The space and energy efficient system works in conjunction with a dryer system to provide a 10:1 volume or mass reduction of dewatered biosolids. Waste heat from the system can be recovered for use by the dryer system or utilized to generate steam or “renewable” electrical power. Carbon credits may be provided from the reduction in emissions from transportation of the biosolids, and from generation of electrical power.
Flowmeters Offer Custom CalibrationUsed to measure liquid and gas flow rates by means of a tapered tube and float, these variable area
Sensor Suits Wireless NetworkThe SureCross temperature and humidity sensor is optimized for use with the SureCross Wireless Network. The sensor is factory-calibrated to determine relative humidity to ±2% or ±3.5% (depending on model) and
Banner Engineering Corp.