Verantis® engineers controlled air systems to effectively process
industrial, medical, and hazardous waste streams.
The systems handle waste via a two-stage process. In the primary chamber, the system operates in a sub-stoichiometric mode. Organic materials are heated to a temperature of approximately 750ºC (1385ºF). In the absence of enough oxygen for complete combustion, volatile gases are generated for processing in the secondary chamber. The second stage of the process involves oxidizing the products of combustion generated in the primary chamber in an excess air environment in the secondary combustion chamber. The resultant gas stream is composed of primarily carbon dioxide and water vapor.
Typical markets and applications that benefit from controlled air incineration systems include: