Turbulent Diffusion Technology Inc.
2601 Murray Street
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Turbulent Diffusion Technology provides custom, fuel efficiency solutions to companies that use confined combustion systems for thermal processing in installations such as rotary kilns.
Our fuel efficiency solutions are based on solid, theoretical knowledge of the principles of combustion and aerodynamics, and years of direct, field experience with a variety of combustion systems.
We've developed a combination of services, and state-of-the-art technology and equipment that are customized for each installation. Our solutions optimize combustion system performance. Through proper flame control and heat transfer we provide a guaranteed minimum reduction in fuel consumption and a host of other improvements.
Industrial Waste-Heat Recovery
Our holistic approach to combustion system optimization means that our customized, fuel efficiency solutions can be applied to thermal processing in a variety of industry sectors, including:
Pulp and Paper
In lime-recovery rotary kilns we match the burner configuration to the kiln’s aerodynamics in order to achieve proper heat transfer and calcining of the product. In addition, when the kiln is being used to dispose of waste gases such as non-condensible gases (NCG’s), we ensure that this is done correctly so it doesn’t affect kiln efficiency and produce harmful emissions.
With a TDT optimized combustion system our customers realize a significant fuel cost reduction per tonne of product, as well as reductions in maintenance costs and TRS emissions.
In addition, we redesign and rebuild boiler burners to optimize performance for greater fuel efficiency and a longer service life.
We optimize the operation of rotary kilns used for calcination of limestone in the cement manufacturing process. Matching the burner configuration with the kiln’s aerodynamics and taking into account the process requirements, our optimized systems ensure proper heat transfer for consistent production of quality cement clinker. Customers realize significant fuel cost reductions per tonne of product as well as reductions in maintenance costs and atmospheric emissions.
Using the same theoretical and practical approach to combustion and aerodynamics, we optimize the operation of rotary kilns used in the thermal processing of minerals such as alumina, bauxite, copper concentrate limestone and phosphate, and lightweight aggregates such as shale, clay and slate. Our systems produce the desired fuel cost reductions per tonne of product while reducing emissions and maintenance costs. Steel Industry The same approach is used to optimize the operation of rotary kilns used in the reduction of metal ores such as iron and carbon used in the production of steel. A TDT optimized system produces significant fuel cost reductions as well as reductions in maintenance costs and atmospheric emissions.
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