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The thermal breakdown of materials in the EX Reactor results in the formation of “gaseous byproducts”, or what is more commonly referred to as “pyro gas”.  The pyro gas consists of a number of breakdown components and generally has a calorific value. The controlled feed of the solid materials into the first stage results in a constant flow of pyro gasses into the thermal oxidizer, and the subsequent destruction of the pyro gas.

The EX IFTO consists of a multi stage chamber used to drive the primary conversion of the pyro gas to carbon dioxide and water vapor.  The typical operating temperature range for the IFTO is expected to be between 1,500°F (815°C) to 1,800°F (980°C).

Higher temperatures can be achieved should it be required for difficult compounds. The system used in this design was built using ceramic fiber insulation on the inside. This is a rather light weight material, and has a relatively long life, whereas the old refractory would tend to fail over a period of years by attrition of expansion and contraction. The IFTO is the first line of pollution control.

Wastestream
Wastewater quality by anthropogenic influence. Wastewater can originate from a combination  of domestic, industrial, commercial or agricultural activities, surface runoff or storm water, and from sewer inflow or infiltration.

All  waterways are struned with  bacteria and nutrients, when waste toxins enter  into  the  waterways it will create a  biochemical reactions. The reaction is a biochemical creation ,named   by th  laboratory that is measuring the reaction   as the biochemical oxygen demand (BOD).BODs can be contained by using forceful oxidizing agents  and these position of the chemicals  create what called a,  chemical oxygen demand (COD). Both the BOD and COD tests are a measure of the common oxygen-depletion effect of a waste contaminant. Both have a   measure of pollution effect on the environment . The BOD test measures the oxygen demand of biodegradable pollutants and  the COD test measures the oxygen demand of oxidizable pollutants.