X-Soil

A Useful By-Product

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What is X-Soil?

X-Soil is the by-product of the RCBC Boiler. Wondering what X-Soil actually is? Here is some more information:

 

X‐SoilTM is the product of an intelligent system solution that recycles waste, such as domestic and landfill waste, by almost 100%, leaving no unwanted or useless by‐products. The products generated by this process are steam, electricity, and an environmentally friendly raw material which can serve as a basis in many different areas of production. The results of various tests which had been conducted by different universities and well‐known institutions (tests for hollow concrete blocks, MDF, and top soil to indicate the vast span of the products possible) show that the merging resource is a particularly suitable additive for concrete, soil, or as an adequate substitute for wood in the production of fiberboards, depending on process parameters used. The findings demonstrate that the generated output observes applying environmental regulations.

Step 1

By means of a clever crushing device the input material is shredded to a fine intermediate output with a predefined size and shape. In this process, metals are cleansed, agglomerated, and pre‐separated from non‐metallic material; this is needed for the further

treatment in the second step. Without this preceding mechanical treatment, subsequent consistent chemical reactions and processes would not be possible.

Step 2

By means of a clever crushing device the input material is shredded to a fine intermediate output with a predefined size and shape. In this process, metals are cleaUsing physical‐chemical reactions, the non‐metallic intermediate output is processed, according to defined recipes which are determined by the type of input material fed into the plant and the type of output desired, to an environmentally friendly and marketable product. Furthermore, physical‐chemical processes make sure that any potentially harmful (in)organic substances in the waste are reduced, heavy metals are “stabilized”–respectively immobilized– and that the generated product possesses specific characteristics needed for its further application. At the same time, the quality of the generated product as well as the composition of the input material and the amount of the additives added to the process is monitored and controlled; furthermore, the quality is constantly checked in a laboratory belonging to the plant–this process is fully automated.nsed, agglomerated, and pre‐separated from non‐metallic material; this is needed for the further
treatment in the second step. Without this preceding mechanical treatment, subsequent consistent chemical reactions and processes would not be possible.

Step 3

The Rotary Cascading Bed Combustion (RCBC) system, that cleanly and efficiently converts high sulfur coals, waste coals, refuse derived fuels (RDF), shredded tires, industrial and municipal wastes, and sewage sludge to energy has been extensively tested. Waste to Energy, using the highly versatile Rotary Cascading Bed Combustor to generate process steam or cogenerate marketable electricity, is a highly efficient and economical alternative to the landfill of unmarkable and excess combustible wastes. The RCBC System, when tested in the US, fully met the emission requirements of the State and Federal authorities.

Step 1

By means of a clever crushing device the input material is shredded to a fine intermediate output with a predefined size and shape. In this process, metals are cleansed, agglomerated, and pre‐separated from non‐metallic material; this is needed for the further

treatment in the second step. Without this preceding mechanical treatment, subsequent consistent chemical reactions and processes would not be possible.

Step 1

By means of a clever crushing device the input material is shredded to a fine intermediate output with a predefined size and shape. In this process, metals are cleansed, agglomerated, and pre‐separated from non‐metallic material; this is needed for the further

treatment in the second step. Without this preceding mechanical treatment, subsequent consistent chemical reactions and processes would not be possible.

Step 2

By means of a clever crushing device the input material is shredded to a fine intermediate output with a predefined size and shape. In this process, metals are cleaUsing physical‐chemical reactions, the non‐metallic intermediate output is processed, according to defined recipes which are determined by the type of input material fed into the plant and the type of output desired, to an environmentally friendly and marketable product. Furthermore, physical‐chemical processes make sure that any potentially harmful (in)organic substances in the waste are reduced, heavy metals are “stabilized”–respectively immobilized– and that the generated product possesses specific characteristics needed for its further application. At the same time, the quality of the generated product as well as the composition of the input material and the amount of the additives added to the process is monitored and controlled; furthermore, the quality is constantly checked in a laboratory belonging to the plant–this process is fully automated.nsed, agglomerated, and pre‐separated from non‐metallic material; this is needed for the further
treatment in the second step. Without this preceding mechanical treatment, subsequent consistent chemical reactions and processes would not be possible.

Step 3

The Rotary Cascading Bed Combustion (RCBC) system, that cleanly and efficiently converts high sulfur coals, waste coals, refuse derived fuels (RDF), shredded tires, industrial and municipal wastes, and sewage sludge to energy has been extensively tested. Waste to Energy, using the highly versatile Rotary Cascading Bed Combustor to generate process steam or cogenerate marketable electricity, is a highly efficient and economical alternative to the landfill of unmarkable and excess combustible wastes. The RCBC System, when tested in the US, fully met the emission requirements of the State and Federal authorities.

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