Eisenmann’s stationary fluidized bed incinerators are primarily used for the thermal treatment of comminuted waste in the form of solids (e.g. biomass) or viscous sludge (e.g. dehydrated sewage sludge, oil sludge). Naturally, the fluidized bed process can also be deployed for special plant such as the gasification of waste plastics.
In line with your needs, Eisenmann can provide you with fluidized bed incineration in the form of individual components or a complete system solution. In addition to combustion, the system solution includes downstream waste heat recovery, precisely configured to make full use of the resulting flue gas, and flue gas purification in line with regulatory requirements.
Essentially, stationary fluidized bed incineration involves three components:
Sand bed/fluidized bed
Reduces load of downstream flue gas purification, as acidic components (e.g. halogens, sulfur) can be contained in the fluidized bed through the use of additives (e.g. limestone).