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gasifier

[′gas·ə‚fī·ər]
(chemical engineering)
A unit for producing gas, particularly synthesis gas from coal.
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According to official sources, the kind of gasifier is totally PLC controlled automatic machine and is a money saver technology.
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And you can use a gasifier for hot air heat by installing a water-to-air heat exchanger (a super efficient radiator) in the plenum chamber of your hot air furnace.
The PS70m gasifier, on land at Haverton Hill, could be spadeready by March - bringing with it 200 construction jobs and up to 35 permanent positions.
UNIDO will not only promote the technology but will also result in the local manufacturing of biomass gasifiers.
In 2002, the Institute was instrumental in establishing a demonstration biomass gasifier plant in Myanmar as part of BIMSTEC (Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Thailand-Economic Cooperation) initiative.
The carbonation reaction is exothermic so it also provides heat to the gasifier as well as shifting the water gas shift equilibrium to produce more hydrogen.
For industrial tests for oil shale combustion with gasification in fluidized bed a new fluidized bed gasifier with heat output of 35 [MW.
The development time for Gasifier 6 will be minimised, as much of the pre-approval preparatory work is already completed.
The Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne gasifier provides a 90 percent decrease in size compared to competing systems, thereby enabling higher efficiency, and as much as a 25 percent reduction in cost with enhanced reliability," said Jim Maser, president, Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne.
The fundamental advantage of a gasifier coupled to a burning system is its ability to produce higher temperatures that can be achieved with conventional grate.
W2 Energy's gasifier converts tires into (sulfur free) diesel fuel and electricity without any carbon dioxide emissions.