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Technologies for solid waste management to save the earth.

Low Temperature Thermal Decomposition

Organic thermal decomposition starts with the application of heat and a controlled positive feedback is created, producing thermal runway. Adding active air and heat into atomic condition, it is possible to separate electrons from the bond.

Under the condition of closed heat, electron speeds up 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 speed up the reaction, which increases to 300°C~500°C by oscillation of atoms and electrons at the molecular level.


The electrons infiltrate the treated organic molecules and break 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.

Key Features

  • Needs no segregation.

  • Requires no power/ fuel to destroy waste.

  • The process is exothermic low temperature (350°C to 400°C) thermal decomposition.

  • Massive volume reduction. 1/300 times of original.

  • Meets Indian air quality standards for flue gases.

  • Needs no skilled labour.

  • Low cost of operation.

  • The end product will be inert ash, needs no treatment to dispose.

  • Small footprint. (example: requires 20 X 20 ft2 for 250 Kg/day machine)

  • Moisture content should be less than 40% for optimum destruction.

  • Decomposes the waste in 6-8 hrs in batches and the machine can run continuously.

  • No moving parts & works at low temperature. Extremely robust & durable.


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