Incineration plants

The combustion temperature of the material to be burnt is controlled by automatically dosing the quantity of air sent beneath the grill in order to maintain a constant generation of fumes. The latter is important as it allows the after-burner to completely burn off any unburnt substances present in the fumes and respect the two second dwelling time of the fumes inside the after-burner, as requested by the European laws.
The working temperature of the after-burner is regulated by a thermoregulator which in turn regulates the burner (either methane or propane).

Pyrolysis furnace

This plant has been conceived with a technology essentially based on the process of a controlled pyrolysis of the organic components with a subsequent thermal destruction of the latter into gas and contemporary calcination of the inorganic waste.