CES Technology is based on modular construction and plant size is a function of both the size of Gasification Modules and the number of Modules in service. CES manufactures units in standard sizes, with capacities ranging from 3.5 to 20 cubic yards. Larger units can be built to customer specifications where necessary.
Alvin-Class Mobile/Transportable Waste Processing Plant CES Alvin-Class units are compact self-contained thermal conversion plants, that allow hazardous wastes to be destroyed in situ without need of costly or potentially dangerous transportation. This makes Alvin-Class units ideal for processing of hospital, contraband, and other hazardous wastes, as well as remediation in areas affected by natural disasters. Designed for ease of transport and for on-site destruction of hazardous wastes, Alvin-Class units can be configured astrailer-mounted mobile units or deployed on a semi-permanent basis with minimal site preparation necessary. The trailer-mounted version (depicted below) was engineered to allow transport throughout North America without special permitting and is field-configurable to use either commercial or portable generator produced power and natural or LPgas.Field setup/takedowncan be accomplished by a single technician in a few hours.EachAlvin-class plant can process more than a ton of waste per day, with additional units being deployed or moved as processing demands change.
Alvin Class plants are replete with safety and automation features making it possible for a single technician to load, operate and monitor multiple co-located Alvin units.The Automated Control Interface (ACI) provides fast, reliable and intuitive access to all Alvin control and safety systems. Embedded in the ACI are CES' proprietary control algorithms, which ensure that waste processing is completed safely with minimal operator intervention.The ACI also provides a detailed recording of control surface positions, temperatures and pressures which are downloadable for analysis, as well as access to alarms and system diagnostics. The ACI is field-case mounted and linked to the Alvin unit with an umbilical cable with quick-connect fittings, allowing great flexibility in locating the ACI and securing it when it is not in use.
CES has successfully completed EPA-standard emission testing of its Alvin-Class plant and it is ready for commercial operation.
Bravo-Class: Medium-Scale Transportable Waste Processing Plant CES Bravo-Class units are factory-built and tested thermal conversion plants designed for applications where significant waste disposal is required in a single location. Bravo-Class units consist of a 12, 16 or 20 cubic yard gasification module, oxidizer module and control system. Bravo-Class units are designed to be transported on standard semi trailers, with minimal assembly and preparation required at the production site. The unit can be disassembled and moved if customer requirements change. Bravo-Class units incorporate sophisticated automation, monitoring and airflow technology that enable substantial waste processing in minimal time and with minimal personnel support requirements.