BREATH uses the principle of sublimation to transform biomass, waste plastic and various other organic materials into Syngas (synthesis gas) and then use it in an endothermic engine that, when connected to an alternator, produces electricity. The post-combustion gases of the endothermic engine are conveyed and sent in part into the reactor itself and partly into the catalysts of the CO2 for the sequestration thereof. At the same, the condensansation liquid contained in the combustion materials is collected and then sent to electrolysers that capture the hydrogen. CO2 and hydrogen are then introduced into the methanation reactor in which the reaction of Sabatier (CO2 + 4H2 = CH4 + 2H2O) takes place. Therefore, as output, we have synthetic gas and water.
• Working temperature 1250° • No combustion • Zero Dioxins • No harmful emissions on atmosphere • Wide range of eligible feedings • Reduction of costs for kwe energy production • Long-term 24/24H operational availability • Modularity • Remote assistance (plc supervisor) • Designed & Made in Italy
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The intrinsic potential of Breath is its adaptability, its versatility to any site without too many difficulties since the space required is considerably reduced and no particular geographical features are required. All types of organic material and plastics can be processed, thus avoiding further accumulation in landfills that are already on the verge of collapse.
In this version, the plant is underground, with a loading system by means of an external trapdoor, inside which the material to be disposed of will be poured.
Automated transport systems can be created to maintain external environmental decorum and convey all materials inside Breath without the need to build external infrastructures. In an automatic way (supervised by Plc) the opening of the trapdoor will be signalled in total safety to start the unloading procedure.
On the ground floor, spaces with different uses will be created: 1. A playground equipped with recreational/educational spaces to allow children of all ages to come into contact with the world of clean energy, interactive games that introduce the history of the installation site, refreshment areas, rooms showing the process used by our machines to obtain clean energy. 2.A multi-sports centre, consisting of a heated swimming pool (with hot water supplied by BT), tennis courts or football pitches (depending on the available terrain and the location of the installation), and refreshment and entertainment areas. 3. Botanical park with fountains, refreshment areas to regenerate depressed areas. 4. Commercial activities 5. Green interactive educational museum 6. Self-management of villages in geographically disadvantaged locations ensuring water for irrigation of fields, and electricity for lighting and powering e.g. pumps to extract drinking water where needed, or other specific needs. 7. Disposal of hospital waste 8. Reuse of old fuels (e.g. coal) to generate clean energy. 9. Disposal of excrement from animal husbandry (e.g. poultry manure). 10. Biopark 11. University campuses 12. Fuel oil disposal 13. Tourist villages 14. Military barracks or complexes
The machine is placed externally, on the ground in open spaces (warehouses, factories, etc.) adapting the various parts that make up Breath to the available architecture, or outdoors with a possible roof covering, by means of photovoltaic panels, thus increasing energy production.
In this case, again depending on the geography of installation, it is possible to complete the supply with wind turbines.
Here too it is possible to define, adjacent to the machine installation site, spaces with different uses of the same type already mentioned for the UNDER GROUND installation.
In this case, we are installing Breath on a ship capable of disposing of the countless wastes found in all the seas of the world, with particular attention to those locations where sea currents tend to concentrate the greatest quantities.
If the need arises, Sea Breath can intervene in environmental disasters.
The above could create problems in the delicate balance of the sea, so a draught/collection system is being developed that has the least possible impact on the marine fauna and flora.
Commercial ports and/or marinas lend themselves to the positioning of Breath, photovoltaic and wind power depending on the geographical characteristics of the installation site.
If we think of the amount of waste produced by cruise ships, we realise the savings in terms of time and pollution produced that this type of installation would bring.
It is possible to supply shipyards or services connected to them, create tourist or commercial facilities close to Breath, disposing of all production waste without distinction.
Breath converts the fuel materials into Syngas, and water, which are then used to produce electricity and heat. After the energy production, the exhaust gases from the process are processed in a second reactor, producing water and synthetic methane.