Holcim Files Patent Application for Method of Treating Alternative, Carbon-containing Waste Materials for Use in Furnace Systems

(New Delhi, India)  — Switzerland based Holcim Technology Ltd filed patent application for method for treating alternative, carbon-containing, low-caloric waste materials for use in furnace systems. The inventors are Ernst Frank and Obrist Albert.

Holcim Technology Ltd filed the patent application on Feb. 9, 2011. The patent application number is 616/KOLNP/2011 A. The international classification number is C04B 7/44.

According to the Controller General of Patents, Designs & Trade Marks, “In a method for treating alternative, carbon-containing, low- caloric waste materials for use in furnace systems, in particular rotary tubular kilns for the production of clinker, the carbon-containing, alternative fuels are subjected to high- temperature gasification under anoxic conditions at temperatures above 1000C, wherein water, water vapor or CO2 is injected to ensure a reaction forming CO and H2. The waste heat from a clinker cooler is used for the high-temperature gasification.”

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