Pyrolysis Mobile Plant

Pyrolysis is the process of chemical transformation of plastic including used tires to the higher heating value fuel, i.e. coal, oil and gas. The process is done by heating at 200-450°C in anaerobic conditions. The proportion of pyrolysis products depends on several factors, including reaction conditions, characteristics of raw materials used as substrate, and type of reactor. The quality of oil produced through pyrolysis process can be further improved by distillation processes.

The advantage of this technology is that it reduces wastes going to landfill and greenhouse gas emissions. Also, it has the potential to reduce the country’s dependence on imported energy resources by generating energy from domestic resources. Waste management with the help of modern pyrolysis technology is inexpensive than disposal to landfills.

Our pyrolysis plant is a mobile type which could be moved by using a truck trailer. The process can deliver at least 400 liters of pyrolysis oil per day.

Energy Storage System

Energy storage works by capturing electricity produced by both renewable and nonrenewable resources and storing it for discharge when required. The solution allows users to come off the grid and switch to stored electricity, at a time most beneficial, giving greater flexibility and control of electrical usage.

The electrical energy grid requires a balance between supply and demand. At times of low demand, when there is excess supply energy it can be stored for use at times of high demand, with low supply, thus adjusting to provide the required balance between supply and demand.

Our energy storage system uses sodium-sulfur (NAS) battery technology for its well known advantages over other batteries i.e. long duration, high power, and long-life expectancy.