The Exotron Line of Thermal Destruction Systems

  • Direct & Indirect Heated Reaction Chambers
  • Direct & Indirect Heated Thermal Oxidizers
  • Pollution Management
The Exotron (NV) Inc. materials reduction systems comprises:
  • Skid mounted batch or continuous process
  • Distributed over a two-to-three unit operation system

The Most Advanced Thermal Destruction and Pollution Management Technology

The indirect process heats an external shell which prevents comingling of the burner exhausts with the material decomposition gasses These are cases where combining the two streams is used to achieve certain reaction conditions. The primary system can consist of several heating sources, with natural gas fired burners being the most common. The produced or resultant gasses are transferred with a high temperature (and flow) fan. The typical operating temperature range for this system is expected to be approximately 1200 °F, but the system has an operating range of up to 2300 °F.

Refinery Waste System. Texas

The first unit operation is based on thermal cracking of the waste from the large molecules that make u the respective materials to form intermediate size but volatile molecular weight fragments. The second unit operation is based on further breakdown of the intermediate size molecules to small fragments, through several controlled steps. At this stage, the reactor conditions are critical in managing the formation/elimination of potential pollutants.

The third unit operation consists of a multistage chamber used to drive the conversion of the residual gasses to carbon dioxide and water vapor. Typical operating temperatures in this unit operation are generally between 1500 °F (815 °C) to 1800 °F (980 °C). Higher temperatures can be achieved should they be required. The system is built using ceramic fiber insulation on the inside, which is a light-weight material that can withstand expansion and contraction.

Continuous Refinery Waste. The system shown is located at a customer site in Texas.