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CalciPulse project (EFRO)
Pulsed Heat is currently actively involved in an EFRO grant program - with project name 'CalciPulse' - which has started in 2012 and ends in 2016. This project is a cooporation cluster of four leading companies in the region of Gelderland-Overijsel (Netherlands): Industriewater Eerbeek (paper mill effluent treatment plant based in Eerbeek), Rhinetech (machine shop and manufacturer of process equipment based in Arnhem), TU Eindhoven (technical university located in Eindhoven) and Pulsed Heat (location in Eerbeek). The project is targeted at the development of a highly innovative multifuel pulsing burner.
This multifuel pulsating burner is capable of using residual and waste materials in solid or liquid state directly as a fuel or heat source for thermal processes at which only a minimum amount of fossil fuel is required. Consequently the thermal process can hereby be designed in a very simple and compact way with a low residual time, which contributes spectacularly to energy efficiency and emmisions (NOx and CO). By applying the multi-fuel pulsating burner for the thermal processing of the second largest waste stream of a paper mill effluent treatment plant - sludge - a high economical and ecological value can be added to the effluent treatment process. The wet sludge will be processed locally at the plant and dried by the exhaust gases from the pulsating burner as a firststep using the dried sludge as primary fuel, at which approximately 10% of additional biogas is required. The combustion ashes are rich of calcium and will be re-used at the effluent plant as a water softener agent. Transportation of waste materials to central waste processing plants can be avoided.