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May 1, 2013

Thermal treatment of residues with heat recovery

Regardless of whether one is producing acrylic acid, butanediol, tetrahydrofuran or other chemicals, residues will arise that need to be disposed of. This company delivers turnkey thermal utilization plants for these and other production facilities that ensure not only the residues are disposed of in a safe and environmentally sound manner, but also that recovers the waste heat for the production of power. The heat from the combustion process is recovered and used to produce steam, which can be used for process steam or transformed into electricity via a steam turbine. The company operates globally in the field of plant construction, energy recovery and environmental technology. With more than 160 years of experience, the company is a market leader for waste-heat recovery systems in iron and steel metallurgy, non-ferrous metallurgy, environmental and chemical technologies. — Oschatz GmbH, Essen, Germany

www.oschatz.com

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