WHAT IS PYROLYSIS
Pyrolysis can be defined as the thermal decomposition of organic material through the application of heat without the addition of extra air or oxygen. Through this process, that takes place at temperatures between 660 and 1,650 degrees F, 3 co-products are obtained: syngas, bio-oil and char. Our P-FIVE Pyrolysis machine utilize this principle to produce renewable energy from any organic waste.
BURNING WITHOUT FLAME
The P-FIVE Pyrolysis machine has been designed to achieve the maximum production of gaseous material. The gas is immediately burnt into a special flameless reactor. Burning the produced syngas without flame, allows a lower combustion temperature, resulting into low NOx emissions.
CLEAN, RENEWABLE BIOENERGY
With bioforcetech’s self-sustained pyrolysis system, the combination of elevated temperature and absence of oxygen transforms the biomass into a flow of high-heat-content syngas. This incredible technology produces clean renewable energy while eliminating any pathogens and chemical, ensuring the cleanest possible emissions.
Once the pyrolysis process temperature is reached, the exhaust gases from the combustion chamber are passed through the annular space formed between the central tube and the outer casing of the pyro-reactor, ensuring the temperatures required to perpetuate the pyrolysis process. The 24/7 process becomes self-sustained.
The P-FIVE pyrolysis machine was designed for biosolids treatment, but this reactor is also able to treat a wide range of materials or mix. The P-FIVE pyrolysis can process biosolids, manure, green waste, green waste/biosolids mix, food waste and most organic waste.
24/7 AUTONOMOUS OPERATION
Once the startup operation is complete, the P-FIVE pyrolysis machine runs automatically 24/7, ensuring a constant production of biochar without the presence of any operator. The process can be monitored anywhere with our online, easy to use software.
|Capacity||300 to 500 lb/h|
|Footprint (feet)||10 x 30 (10 high)|
|Power consumption (1 hour)||5 to 10 kW|
|Operations||Outdoor or indoor|