New UNIVASTUM solution for heat and cold production.

New UNIVASTUM solution for heat and cold production.
UNIVASTUM WARP gasification technology continues to attract the interest of various companies. In response to requests from beer and tire companies, we have adapted our process to meet their needs. The new solution can be applied to any consumer of heat and cold, regardless of industry (agriculture, pharmaceuticals, food industry, oil refining and others).
With the intensification of the green transition in Europe, the share of green electricity produced is steadily growing, but the generation of heat (hot water, steam, cold) mainly uses fossil fuels, mostly natural gas. This situation, in addition to slowing down the pace of green transition and decarbonization, leads to increased production costs and increased dependence on gas producers.

Our solution allows us to produce thermal energy directly from waste. At the same time, we can use the Customer’s existing infrastructure.
From a technology point of view, the gasification process itself remains unchanged.
At the same time, the use of gasification products in boilers or absorption chillers makes it possible to obtain for 1 complex:
Cold Water
Cooled Air


The gas obtained as a result of waste gasification can be mixed with natural gas and used in the Customer’s existing thermal equipment. Depending on the project conditions, one WARP complex can replace from 750 to 1700 m3 of natural gas per hour (from 6 to 13.6 million m3 per year).
CO2 Savings

Main advantages of the solution

1. Continuous operation – stable generation of steam and cold (24/7)
2. Minimum power consumption
3. Negative fuel cost (waste disposal may be paid for)
4. Modular design (quick project implementation)
5. Greenhouse gas emissions in CO2 equivalent from 0 to 31 200 tons per year (reduction of CO2 emissions)
6. The “zero waste” principle – only marketable products leave the complex. The resulting ash is processed into paving slabs or used for road construction.

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