Envirotherm GmbH is an internationally active plant engineering and construction company located in Essen, Germany. The company was founded in 2003 and is part of the Allied Resource Corp. Group, Wayne, USA.
Being a supplier of technologies and a plant contractor, Envirotherm is able to deliver a broad portfolio of technologies which comprises process technologies earlier developed by the Lurgi Company. Those were adopted by Envirotherm on terms of exclusive rights and are now at its full disposal.
The range of technologies comprises state-of-the-art technologies such as:
- Thermal disposal of sewage and industrial sludge (stationary fluidized bed).
- Generation of steam and electricity at power plants by combustion of fuels with a high calorific value (circulating fluidized bed).
- Thermal disposal of solid, liquid or gaseous waste materials (rotary kiln or combustion chamber).
- Use of a bogie hearth kiln with downstream post-combustion chamber and flue gas cleaning train for the destruction of chemical weapons.
- Flue gas cleaning systems.
- Dedusting through dry- and wet-type electrostatic precipitators as well as baghouse filters including afters sales services.
- Manufacturing and sale of honeycomb SCR catalysts.
- Syngas generation using solid fuels (fluidized-bed and fixed-bed generators).
- Since September 2012, Envirotherm has, on an exclusive basis, co-operated with the US process-developing company ZeroPoint in the fields of turn-key construction of small-scale power blocks basing upon a co-current gasifier and power generation through gas engines.
Envirotherm can rely upon an experienced and powerful team which provides customer-tailored and efficient solutions ranging from the preparation of concept studies to turn-key plants. With a comprehensive technological know-how, long-term experience in project implementation processes and in-house technologies at hand we are able to render you support to carry out your projects and solve the tasks defined by you.
Furthermore, great experience has been gained in the field of physical re-deployment of process plants which comprises dismantling, shipping and re-erection and, if necessary, required adaption of plants to changed on-site conditions.