Today, interest in biomass energies is increasing day by day as renewable, environmentally friendly, domestic and local resources gain importance.The evaluation of wastes containing organic matter is also important in terms of environmental pollution and clean energy production by obtaining energy from biomass. Thermochemical disposal methods can be classified as pyrolysis, gasification and incineration reactions. Gasification can be defined as a collection of reactions that allow the synthesis gas generated by the degradation of carbon-containing biomass raw materials at high temperatures to be used as heat energy in gas engines, electricity generation or heat recovery. The raw material source to be used in traditional gasification systems must be stored by purifying them from high moisture contents.Drying applied for gasification plants means extra energy, time and storage costs in addition to the financial obligation for the plant.But is it possible to obtain energy from the inert moist waste? Through the plasma gasification process, it is possible to create synthesis gas from moist wastes with high calorific value.Plasma gasification allows the use of raw material sources in two stages.The first takes the role of gasification element by transmitting it to the plasma reactor and the second is that it can serve as a plasma generator by feeding plasmatrons. Free electrons, active ions and radicals in plasma formed at high temperatures ensure that chemical bonds are broken and incorporated into the gasification process. In this way, contrary to traditional gasification methods, moisture treatment is not needed.Plasma gasification and clean energy production are gaining momentum day by day.
PlaGas is a plasma gasification unit developed in Davitap Engineering laboratories. PlaGas, a product of our R&D efforts, provides clean energy thanks to the plasma gasification process and offers high efficiency at very low energy levels.
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