|Throughput||1,000 - 10,000 m³/h Exhaust gas|
|Max. Temperature in the retort||900°C|
In thermal afterburning, pollutants (e.g. hydrocarbons) in the exhaust gas are oxidized at temperatures above 800°C and then released into the environment via the roof.
The residual oxygen is measured via a lambda probe in the exhaust gas stack, which can be optimally adjusted by adding air.