Waste Management

LTTD (Low Temperature Thermal Decomposition):

Organic thermal decomposition starts with application of heat and controlled positive feedback is created producing thermal runway.

Adding magnetized air and heat into atomic condition, it is possible to separate electrons.

Under the condition of closed magnetic heat, electron accelerates from the separated atoms. Negatively charged electrons and positively charged nucleus constantly interact with each other and form a plasma state.

It gives off heat in the process. Around 200°C temperature is required to accelerate the reaction which in turn increases to 300~500°C by oscillation of atoms and electrons in the molecular level. The electrons in filtrate the treated organic molecules and breaks carbon & hydrogen from the long chain and tear the molecular chain then spreads rapidly around. It forms pyrolysis field with great energy. Organic substances
become ash.

BLAZE (Waste Disposal System):

BLAZE WDS stands out as an innovative in unsegregated waste management system where diverse waste materials, including municipal garbage, undergo controlled combustion, resulting in the conversion of waste into ashes—all achieved without relying on traditional fuel sources like electricity, gas, or oil.

This sophisticated apparatus is engineered to facilitate the controlled incineration of waste materials, including municipal solid waste (MSW), employing a carefully managed oxygen air circulation system. Operating within a temperature range of 800°C to 1000°C, BLAZE WDS is designed for optimal thermal efficiency, capable of withstanding high temperatures while efficiently
reducing specific types of waste. Importantly, the resulting ash residue is devoid of any combustible materials.

Furthermore, BLAZE WDS incorporates a comprehensive pollution control system, featuring advanced equipment such as a scrubber. This system works diligently to purify the exhaust gases, effectively eliminating dust and ash from the flue gas, ensuring that the environmental impact of the incineration process is minimized.