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By: Questor Technology  09-12-2011
Keywords: Gas, Incinerator, Gas Composition

Questor Technology engineers every incinerator to fit its specific application, based on gas composition and flow rates. In the case of sour gas incineration, an assessment of air quality is conducted. The results of this assessment determine the incinerator stack height requirements. The assessment is currently conducted using Screen 3 and ISC3, both U.S. EPA models recommended for use by Alberta Environment and the Alberta Energy Utilities Board.

The following Table lists the common Questor Technology Incinerator configurations.

Unit

 MSCF/D *

 103M3/D *

Height

Ext. Diameter

Weight

Q50

5-50

0.14-1.42

25'

20"

4,000 lbs.

Q100

10-100

0.28-2.83

25'

24"

6,000 lbs.

Q250

25-250

0.70-7.08

27'

36"

8,500 lbs.

Q500

50-500

1.42-14.2

33'

48"

14,000 lbs.

Q3000

300-3000

8.50-85.0

40'

96"

36,000 lbs.

Q5000

500-5000

14.2-141.6

40'

144"

45,000 lbs.

Extensive third party testing has validated our combustion efficiency, internal temperatures, exit temperatures, and stack top velocity. Questor Incinerators have performed consistently with combustion efficiency in excess of 99.99%. They have been proven to be effective, reliable, economical, efficient, safe and easy-to-operate units for the disposal of waste gas. Test results are available upon request.

* Capacity is based on burning gases with a BTU content equivalent to methane.

Keywords: Gas, Gas Composition, Incinerator,

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