Indirect Thermal Desorption Plant

Rotary Kiln Dimensions
1600 mm Diameter x 14.500 mm length
Processing Capacity:
Light Oil Waste: 5 -7.5 TPH
Heavy Oil Waste: 1.5 – 2.5 TPH

Rotary Kiln Dimensions
2000.mm Diameter x 14.500mm length
Processing Capacity:
Light Oil Waste: 7.5 -10 TPH
Heavy Oil Waste: 2.5 – 4.5 TPH

Rotary Kiln Dimensions
2500.mm Diameter x 17.500mm length
Processing Capacity:
Light Oil Waste: 10-15 TPH
Heavy Oil Waste: 5 – 7.5 TPH

Indirect Thermal Desorption Plant

The waste slurry is transferred to the Indirect Thermal Desorption Plant hopper hopper using a front wheel loader.
It is fed by a hopper mounted on the hopper and equipped with a weight-controlled feeding valve. In the hopper, the material is transferred via a transfer auger to the hopper, which carries the material into the rotary kiln and provides a seal or airlock for the system.
An inclined conveyor takes the material from the hopper and transfers the feed to the furnace via a double-stage valve assembly.
The furnace is an indirectly heated rotary furnace operated in a parallel flow configuration.
Burner flame and exhaust gases do not come into contact with the contaminated material.
The drum rotates in an insulated chamber that can be heated by combined fuel burners that can burn natural gas, fuel oil, syngas or propane.
As the Furnace in the Indirect Thermal Desorption system rotates, the surface of the contaminated material exposed to the metal surface is constantly renewed, facilitating heat transfer from the heated chamber to the material through the furnace. It is heated to 450-550 degrees to expel contaminants in the drilling mud.
This is achieved under anaerobic conditions such that oxidation of hydrocarbons or chemical compounds is prevented.
Solid processed material is discharged from the Furnace via a dual stage valve to a Feed hopper mixer cooler (standard), where water is injected and mixed for direct contact material cooling. Optional jacketed screw conveyors are available for indirect cooling. In both options, the hot material coming out of the furnace is cooled by direct or indirect contact with water.
Steam from the primary treatment unit is drawn into a high efficiency quench scrubber that operates at 250°F and uses oil as the quenching fluid. Quenching removes dust particles and concentrates heavy hydrocarbons in the steam stream. Condensed oil and sludge are pumped through a series of filters to an oil/water separator and then to the customer’s storage tank.
In the quenching washer, non-condensing steam is drawn through a shell and tube heat exchanger and the temperature is reduced to 70°F. The steam is then drawn into a drain pan, which removes the particles with a demister pad. The resulting liquid – condensed water and oil – is pumped into an oil/water separator, then into the customer’s holding tank.
The high-efficiency positive displacement blower draws non-condensable gases from the drain pan. The gases are then circulated to a thermal oxidizer, where any remaining hydrocarbons are broken down and destroyed in less than two seconds at temperatures up to 2000°F. The heat from the oxidizer can be returned to the combustion chamber on the TDU to be used as a fuel source to support the burners and reduce overall operating costs.

Combustion and Drying Systems we Manufacture

Hazardous Waste disposal separation from soil
Drill Cuttings
Tank Bottom Remediation
Municipal Biosolids Processing
Drill Cuttings Remediation
Biosolids Drying
Oily soil Waste drying
Waste Water Sludge drying
Oil sludge drying

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