Heating industrial processes

To aid the energy transition, companies can use our bio-carbon or integrate our torrefaction technology into their existing production plant. This for the purpose to heat furnaces in production processes.

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Carbon sink and products

Bio-carbon can be a ready-to-use material for applications to create renewable products. Bio-carbon improves the product properties and at the same time preserves carbon atoms (carbon sink). Known applications are for instance composites in construction, soil improvement in agriculture and the (bio-)plastic industry (fillers and fibers).

A promising example

Thanks to our collaboration with Chemelot Innovation and Learning Labs (CHILL), we managed to make this 3D printed vase which is a 100% biobased composite of PLA (polylactic acid biopolymer) and bio-carbon. It demonstrates that our bio-carbon can be incorporated successfully to a polymer matrix. It is yet another very promising example of a carbon sink application!

 

Raw material for chemical processes

Bio-carbon can provide sustainable carbon atoms as an alternative for fossil resources. Torrefaction enables the production of a highly homogeneous material of a constant quality, which is used as raw material for chemical processes, like bio-refinery, gasification and pyrolysis. In the steel industry it can also act as a fossil-free reducing agent.

TorrCoal

About TorrCoal

We believe in the power of bio-carbon solutions. A clean and consistent way to charge your industrial installations. What if you could produce your own renewable carbon stream? What if you could use this as a cleaner carbon source in your existing fossil coal-based installations? Or as a more sustainable source of carbon atoms for steel production? Or as a fossil carbon replacement in general? Or as carbon sink? Now you can. With TorrCoal.

Projects

TEC Pellets (PĆ³voa de Varzim)
Helsingin Energia (Hanasaaren)
Nuon (Buggenum)

Knowledge

Technical paper
Product cleaning (desalting) after torrefaction of low value biomass
Technical paper
Flue gas cleaning during the torrefaction process of low value biomass containing residual flows
Scientific paper
Biomass torrefaction on industrial scale

Contact us

Randy Hagenbeek (Sr. Technologist)
Our Builder & Organizer
Ghania Ounoughene (T&I)
Our Energetic Innovator
Lode Smeets (EPC)
Our Project Realizer
Maurice Welters (QHSE)
Our Process Guardian
Rob Melk (INVERTR)
Our Strategist & Leader
Jef Geukens (Projects)
Our Manifestor
Koen Cardinaels (PM)
Our Hands On Organizer