HTV Advanced

Functional principles

If the combustion air is heated upstream of the combustion process, the consumption of the support gas required for the combustion of lean gases can be significantly reduced.
The necessary heat is taken from the exhaust gas and guided into the combustion chamber via heat exchangers. If the dimensioning is right, for example methane concentrations of down to 12% can be burned without the need for support gas. Here again, the controlled gas/air ratio ensures the required combustion temperature of >1000 °C inside the combustion chamber. 

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Applications

  • Disposal of gases from landfill sites
  • Very low methane concentrations
  • Chemical industry (e.g. ammonia, ethylene)
  • Tank storage facility cleaning
  • Disposal of pyrolysis gas
  • Various exhaust gases