We have gathered ample experience in gas burning processes thus being able to offer the most adequate solution for any kind of problem by selecting the matching equipment in each case.
Elevated (large discharges of wide range gas releases with visible flame and radiation impact) sonic and subsonic air/steam assisted or non assisted, ground (emergency gas release, with reduced luminosity radiation) multipoint staged and enclosed burner with or without temperature control, burn pits (emergency discharge of gas-liquid mixtures) and special; ancillary equipment and complete biogas treatment systems.
Incineration with controlled combustion of fluids (gas/liquid) with adequate residence time to ensure pollutants removal. We can build them with horizontal forced/induced draft, with vertical forced/natural draft and with/without ancillary equipment (energy recovery, DeNOx, etc.).
By adding an ammonia/urea solution to the combustion gases, we can convert NOx to N2+H2O. If this injection is done at high temperature we get a Selective Non Catalityc Reduction system (SNCR). If more restricitve level are required, it may be necessary to operate in a reactor with lower temperature catalyst thus allowing to increase the conversion efficiency, Selective Catalityc Reduction (SCR).
Vapor combustion systems in which the gases to be treated present explosive concentrations: gas-air mixtures between LEL-UEL. Typical applications: vapors combustion, degassing of tankers, storage tanks, etc. Depending on the risk frequency they classified as Zone 0 or Zone 1. Systems designed ATEX Zone 0 includes 3 independent protection devices.
For hydrocarbon vapors, recovery units based in Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) technology with two activated carbon bed vessels, alternating on a 15 minutes time cycles.