Our Solutions

 

 

Conveyor-based Induction Dryer
for wet aluminium shreds

 

System:
  • High frequency induction heating of aluminium shreds with initial humidity higher than 10%.
  • Continuous conveyor dryer system.
  • Dried aluminium exits dryer at 280 degrees Celsius.
  • Standard capacity: 1 ton/hour at 200 kWh electric power. Modular design to increase capacity.
Customer:        

Metallco Aluminium AS, Norway

Result:   

67% reduction in energy consumption compared to existing system.

  
 

Cooperating partners

aldrayercopenova

aldrayercoopforskning
    Logo Metallco Aluminium

aldryer

Pilot system tested at Metallco Aluminium AS, Norway

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Full scale system

Microwave Batch Dryer for Wet Ceramic Tubes

System:
  • Microwave drying chamber for ceramic tubes up to 3.6 metres in length.
  • Modular system allowing for easy expansion of capacity.
  • Large thick ceramic tubes dried to 0.2% humidity in 2 hours or less.
  • Energy consumption: 1.5 kWh removing 4.4 litres of water per hour.
  • Capacity: 10 to 12 large ceramic tubes per cycle per chamber.
Customer:        

KorundKeramika, Ukraine

Result:   

Reduced drying time from 8 – 11 days down to 2,5 hours.

  
 

korundceramica

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Wet ceramic tubes readied for drying at KorundKeramika.

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3 hours later the tubes are ready for high temperature processing.

Conveyor-based Microwave Dryer

for fruits and vegetables

The machine was designed and built to verify our high efficient drying technology for the food processing industry. The goal was to radically reduce energy consumption for drying vegetables, mushrooms, fruits and grains for feedstock at an ambient temperature between 40 to 80 degrees Celsius for a wide variety of agricultural products.

The scalable conveyor system assures even drying across the drying area, therefore producing dried grains and corn with the same humidity.

Automated sensor system assures the most efficient use of energy to achieve desired results with only the minimum necessary energy requirement.

Tests show that the total system requires on average 0.3 kWh of electric energy to remove one litre of water from grains, vegetables and fruits. The energy requirement for corn is slightly higher. This is still significantly less compared to the most energy efficient grain driers on the market that require between 1.0 to 1.2 kWh of energy to remove one litre of water.

 

Example: Dryer solution used to make crispy apple chips

 

Combined Heat and Power

CCHPP

Compact Combined Heat and Power production using biomass

System:

CHP (Combined Heat and Power)

Advantages:         
  • Compact.
  • High efficiency in a small package.
  • Instant on/off heat production; 
  • No delay in achieving operating temperature. 
  • No pellets or pressed briquettes.
  • Combination of different types of biomass can be used simultaneously.
  • High temperature combustion.Low ash content.

Customers:

Current users of large diesel driven power supplies for “off-grid” situations.

Combustion of solid waste from waste-water treatment plants and solid waste dumps.

Wood processing industry. 

Farms.

Synthesis Gas from Biomass Waste
Production of Synthesis Gas from Biomass waste

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Analysis of synthesis gas produced from biomass waste

System:

CHP or syngas production

Advantages CHP:         
  • Compact and low CAP.
  • Combustion ready syngas with minimal filtering of gas.
  • Applied to piston engine or turbine for heat and power. 
  • High energy content per volume of biomass waste. 
Advantages for Chemical Industry:         
  • Syngas produced from CO2 neutral raw materials.
  • Blend of CO and H2 can be adjusted through software.
  • High quality syngas with minimal filtering requirements. 

Customers:

  • Chemical and petro chemical industries.
  • Power stations, Waste treatment facilities.
  • Small “off-grid” power and heat networks. 

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 Our Solutions

 

 Combined Heat and Power

 

CCHPP

Compact Combined Heat and Power production using biomass

System: CHP (Combined Heat and Power)

Advantages:

  • Compact.
  • High efficiency in a small package.
  • Instant on/off heat production;
  • No delay in achieving operating temperature.
  • No pellets or pressed briquettes.
  • Combination of different types of biomass can be used simultaneously.
  • High temperature combustion.Low ash content.

Customers:

  • Current users of large diesel driven power supplies for “off-grid” situations.
  • Combustion of solid waste from waste-water treatment plants and solid waste dumps.
  • Wood processing industry.
  • Farms.

 

Synthesis Gas from Biomass Waste

synthesisgasfb3

Analysis of synthesis gas produced from biomass waste

System: CHP or syngas production

Advantages CHP:

  • Compact and low CAP.
  • Combustion ready syngas with minimal filtering of gas.
  • Applied to piston engine or turbine for heat and power.
  • High energy content per volume of biomass waste.

Advantages for Chemical Industry:

  • Syngas produced from CO2 neutral raw materials.
  • Blend of CO and H2 can be adjusted through software.
  • High quality syngas with minimal filtering requirements.

Customers:

  • Chemical and petro chemical industries.
  • Power stations, Waste treatment facilities.
  • Small “off-grid” power and heat networks.

synthesisgasfb

synthesgasfrb1

 

Conveyor-based Induction Dryer for wet aluminium shreds

System: CHP or syngas production

System:

  • High frequency induction heating of aluminium shreds with initial humidity higher than 10%.
  • Continuous conveyor dryer system.
  • Dried aluminium exits dryer at 280 degrees Celsius.
  • Standard capacity: 1 ton/hour at 200 kWh electric power. Modular design to increase capacity.

Customer: Metallco Aluminium AS, Norway

Result: 67% reduction in energy consumption compared to existing system.

Cooperating partners

aldrayercopenova

aldrayercoopforskning

Logo Metallco Aluminium

 

 

aldryer

Pilot system tested at Metallco Aluminium AS, Norway

aldrayer2

Full scale system

 

Microwave Batch Dryer for Wet Ceramic Tubes

System:

  • Microwave drying chamber for ceramic tubes up to 3.6 metres in length.
  • Modular system allowing for easy expansion of capacity.
  • Large thick ceramic tubes dried to 0.2% humidity in 2 hours or less.
  • Energy consumption: 1.5 kWh removing 4.4 litres of water per hour.
  • Capacity: 10 to 12 large ceramic tubes per cycle per chamber.

Customer: KorundKeramika, Ukraine

Result: Reduced drying time from 8 – 11 days down to 2,5 hours.

Cooperating partners

korundceramica

 

 

ceramictubes1

Wet ceramic tubes readied for drying at KorundKeramika.

ceramictubes2

3 hours later the tubes are ready for high temperature processing.

 

Conveyor-based Microwave Dryer for fruits and vegetables

The machine was designed and built to verify our high efficient drying technology for the food processing industry. The goal was to radically reduce energy consumption for drying vegetables, mushrooms, fruits and grains for feedstock at an ambient temperature between 40 to 80 degrees Celsius for a wide variety of agricultural products.

The scalable conveyor system assures even drying across the drying area, therefore producing dried grains and corn with the same humidity.

Automated sensor system assures the most efficient use of energy to achieve desired results with only the minimum necessary energy requirement.

Tests show that the total system requires on average 0.3 kWh of electric energy to remove one litre of water from grains, vegetables and fruits. The energy requirement for corn is slightly higher. This is still significantly less compared to the most energy efficient grain driers on the market that require between 1.0 to 1.2 kWh of energy to remove one litre of water.

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