Electron accelerator: energy 5 MeV, power from 50 kW to 100 kW, operates in E-beam mode.
Radiation shield: Depending on the premises area and technical requirements of the customer, different materials may be used for radiation shield: concrete or metal.
Ozone exhaust system: there are two possible options for removal of ozone: 1. an exhaust system into the atmosphere where it will decompose within minutes, and 2. ozone decomposition process with catalysts.
Emergency shutdown system: in case of any accidental event the electron accelerator will be switched off automatically.
In-built pipeline system: supplies flue gas into the ionizing irradiation area.
Fire safety system: triggered in emergency situations. Electron accelerator will be switched off and fire extinguishing system will be turned on, in automatic or manual mode.
Control system: dosimetry, conveyor speed control, electron accelerator control, fire extinguishing, cooling, ventilation and emergency shutdown of the accelerator.

  • Module is a ready-to-install system
    Module is a ready-to-install system of a container type, which consists of the following components:

    • Electron accelerator;
    • Radiation shield body;
    • In-built pipeline system for supplying flue gas under electron beam;
    • Cooling system;
    • Ozone exhaust system;
    • Fire safety system;
    • Radiation monitoring and control system;
    • Control system;
    And other supporting systems.
  • Power consumption
    Electric power consumption: 100 to 450 kW/hour, depending on the power rating of electron accelerator and module's required capacity.
  • Placement
    The module may be placed directly at industrial facilities and can be integrated with existing systems without halting the process.
  • Compact size
    Maximum dimensions:
    8m x 6.5m x 6m (concrete shield).
    • Safety
      • Module is equipped with radiation dose sensors.
      • Metal or concrete body ensure complete safety of employees from radiation.
    • Capacity
      Module's capacity depends on the flue gas treatment requirements.