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Process
The PGVA machine is based on recycling technology of explosive or fast thermolysis.
Thermolysis — is a desintegration of raw feedstock under high temperature pressure. Slow thermolysis implies that substance gradually "begins to boil" while the fast one means that heating emerges instantly, with no access of oxygen to the system.
   synthetic oil (15-70%) liquid hydrocarbon fuel similar to natural oil. Can be reprocessed into motor fuels, be used used in power plants or boiler stations.

   thermolysis gas (20-65%) a mix of various light hydrocarbons which goes for heating the first dryer reactor and sustains its work.

   coal char (10-20%) a high-carbon material, or fixed residue. It's sand with no heavy metals and microbiology. It can be used as high-caloriс fuel in metallurgy, chemical and power industry.
   The decay process of intact raw materials is quick – approximately 5 tons per hour depending on its type.

   The contents of the final product is much more sterile than for example in case of combustion for there are no pathogens in it.

   In comparison to slow thermolysis, the system provides itself with energy and does not require connection of additional power resources.

   There occurs an exothermic reaction and as a result of it — heat energy.

   It significantly reduces the emission of hazardous substances into the environment.
Advantages of explosive termolysis
Overview
Process
Applications
Overview.
Process.
Resources extracted as a result of thermolysis:
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As soon as organic compounds get into the reactor, a mini-explosion occurs accompanied with high pressure and high temperatures of 400−600°C . At such temperatures hazardous materials and chemicals that can cause environmental misconduct do not form.
Some alternative methods of disposal
   Land burial. This method is like a time bomb because it takes decades for some wastes to decompose and the waste storage are usually meant for 20 years of usage. Recalcitrant connections such as residues of heavy metals or bacteria settle to the ground and slowly poison it. This leads to the explosion of diseases and disables the use of lands for a long time.

   Direct combustion. This technology is quite expensive, although it produces energy that can be used for further production. Combustion causes emission of toxic substances into the ozone layer. The refuse burnout received is toxic and requires special storages for it can't be stored in common dumpsite.

   Digestion (fermentation). Waste is loaded into closed tanks where its biothermal decay with no access of oxygen takes place. Methane-producing bacteria convert raw material into methane, carbon dioxide and water. The collected biogas can then be used as fuel or fertilizer. However, such processing takes much time and at long last only 40-50% of biomass is converted into biogas.

   Composting. Manure can be used as fertilizer. Sometimes organic matter is pre-fermented in bioreactors. To use these fertilizers in agriculture in future, they must be strictly sorted by type. If toxic or inorganic substances get to such waste – this method becomes dangerous. The unsorted manure is used only for garbage composting on dumpsites.
Overview. Process.
Process
The PGVA machine is based on recycling technology of explosive or fast thermolysis.
Thermolysis — is a desintegration of raw feedstock under high temperature pressure. Slow thermolysis implies that substance gradually "begins to boil" while the fast one means that heating emerges instantly, with no access of oxygen to the system.
As soon as organic compounds get into the reactor, a mini-explosion occurs accompanied with high pressure and high temperatures of 400−600°C . At such temperatures hazardous materials and chemicals that can cause environmental misconduct do not form.
Resources extracted as a result of thermolysis:
   synthetic oil (15-70%) liquid hydrocarbon fuel similar to natural oil. Can be reprocessed into motor fuels, be used used in power plants or boiler stations.

   thermolysis gas (20-65%) a mix of various light hydrocarbons which goes for heating the first dryer reactor and sustains its work.

   coal char (10-20%) a high-carbon material, or fixed residue. It's sand with no heavy metals and microbiology. It can be used as high-caloriс fuel in metallurgy, chemical and power industry.
Advantages of explosive termolysis
   The decay process of intact raw materials is quick – approximately 5 tons per hour depending on its type.

   The contents of the final product is much more sterile than for example in case of combustion for there are no pathogens in it.

   In comparison to slow thermolysis, the system provides itself with energy and does not require connection of additional power resources.

   There occurs an exothermic reaction and as a result of it — heat energy.

   It significantly reduces the emission of hazardous substances into the environment.
Some alternative methods of disposal
   Land burial. This method is like a time bomb because it takes decades for some wastes to decompose and the waste storage are usually meant for 20 years of usage. Recalcitrant connections such as residues of heavy metals or bacteria settle to the ground and slowly poison it. This leads to the explosion of diseases and disables the use of lands for a long time.

   Direct combustion. This technology is quite expensive, although it produces energy that can be used for further production. Combustion causes emission of toxic substances into the ozone layer. The refuse burnout received is toxic and requires special storages for it can't be stored in common dumpsite.

   Digestion (fermentation). Waste is loaded into closed tanks where its biothermal decay with no access of oxygen takes place. Methane-producing bacteria convert raw material into methane, carbon dioxide and water. The collected biogas can then be used as fuel or fertilizer. However, such processing takes much time and at long last only 40-50% of biomass is converted into biogas.

   Composting. Manure can be used as fertilizer. Sometimes organic matter is pre-fermented in bioreactors. To use these fertilizers in agriculture in future, they must be strictly sorted by type. If toxic or inorganic substances get to such waste – this method becomes dangerous. The unsorted manure is used only for garbage composting on dumpsites.