Multi-stage condenser

Jan. 10, 2024
New multi-stage condenser was designed for cracking organic waste material.

TV-200 multi-stage condenser was designed to separate biowaste materials produced during an anaerobic process known as pyrolysis, which applies heat to break down organic waste into biopolymer components. Each stage of the TV-200 cools the deconstructed biopolymers, which condense at varying temperatures, separating tars, phenols, and organic acids. Condenser allows waste material to be recycled as biofuel to supplement power, carbon products used in fertilizer or filter media, and acetic acids used in commercial products. As oxygen is not present in pyrolysis, no additional CO2 is generated, and carbon products are not released back into the atmosphere. Assembly includes a custom mounting frame and instrument ports to monitor the performance at each stage.

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