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AGGRESSIVE ENVIRONMENTS FOR REFRACTORY LININGS INSIDE WASTE-TO-ENERGY INCINERATORS


Over the last ten years much progress has been made to recover more energy from waste. Before this, many industrial plants were issued with a licence to burn hazardous waste, but waste incineration was a very small part of the refractories industry and seldom considered an


Jan DuPlessis Theron, Refractory Specialist active source of energy.


Technology relating to waste incineration, or to be more politically correct: the word incineration has been replaced by oxidation, has greatly improved. It is therefore not a


surprise that more and more of these units are being erected and operated with improving performance.


Major changes have been made to classify different waste materials, because as every


Figure 1: Image of the beautiful craftsmanship of a newly installed thermal oxidizer; castable dome and gas outlet ducting with brick lining in the cylindrical combustion zone


16 ENGINEER THE REFRACTORIES May 2018 Issue


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