We at Kerone have 48 years of experience. For research and commercial uses, such as the creation of biochar, waste management, and energy production, we design and produce microwave pyrolysis rotary ovens. The size, form, and moisture content of the final product must be taken into consideration, as well as the manufacturing environment, the most popular building material, stainless steel, and the pattern of energy consumption. We assist the client in choosing by knowing the necessity for quality. The kind and quantity of feeding material.
Microwave pyrolysis rotary ovens are specialized equipment used for the thermal decomposition of organic materials using microwave radiation. The process involves subjecting organic materials to high temperatures in the absence of oxygen, leading to the breakdown of the materials into simpler molecules.
The rotary oven consists of a cylindrical chamber that rotates around a central axis. The chamber is lined with microwave-absorbing material, which absorbs the microwave radiation and generates heat. The organic material to be pyrolyzed is fed into the oven through an opening in the side of the chamber, and the rotation of the chamber ensures that the material is evenly exposed to the microwaves and heated uniformly.
The temperature inside the oven can be precisely controlled by adjusting the microwave power and the rotation speed of the chamber. This allows for optimal conditions to be established for the pyrolysis of specific types of organic materials.
Microwave pyrolysis rotary ovens have several advantages over conventional pyrolysis methods. Firstly, they are more energy-efficient, as the microwave radiation can heat the material directly and quickly, without the need for heat transfer through a medium such as air or a liquid. Secondly, the process is more rapid, as the microwaves can generate high temperatures quickly, and the rotation of the chamber ensures that the material is evenly heated throughout. Finally, the process is more environmentally friendly, as it can be carried out without the need for a combustion process, which can generate harmful emissions.Features
For improving the energy and resource efficiency of the recycling of diverse materials, use a microwave pyrolysis rotary oven
With Fricke and Mallah GMBH, Kerone is currently engaged in business cooperation and collaboration on application development, research, and sales of microwave pyrolysis rotary ovens. And we manufacture other different types of microwave heating system like, Vacuum technology, Microwave Air Jet Plasma, Microwave Solid State Generators, and other different types Microwave Technology.