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carbonize

(kăr′bŏn-īz)
To char or convert into charcoal.
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Rice Hull Carbonizer Training and demonstrating in * Pantay daya, Vigan 25 carbonizing rice * Rugsuanan, Vigan 28 L.G.U hull * Quimarayan, Sto.
They are cleaned and sent to a gas turbine topping combuster, which is also the destination of the syngas created in the carbonizer. The new mixture burns very hot, pushing the efficiency of the plant's gas turbines.
The CtRH, being a smokeless carbonizer, and which uses agricultural waste such as rice hull, is not only environment friendly but is also cost-efficient.
Limestone is added to both the carbonizer and combustor to remove sulfur.
While the machine processes rice hull into biochar, it generates heat that is then recovered in the carbonizer attachments.
Integrated tests of a carbonizer and a PFBC at 1 megawatt scale are under way at Foster Wheeler's Research Center in Livingston, N.J.