Structurally, the complex consists of three main units:
1. Reactor, in which the main combustion (destruction) occurs;
2. Afterburning chamber, where all gases released during the reactor's operation are burned;
3. The turbine, which reduces the pressure in the system and removes the gas-vapor mixture.
The operation of the complex is based on filtration combustion of carbon-containing materials. Structurally, the complex is designed so that combustion occurs from top to bottom. The released heat is stored inside the reactor. The temperature reaches up to 2000°С.
At this temperature, the atomic bonds in the processed raw material are broken. The processed material breaks down into carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. The resulting carbon serves as fuel for combustion. The processed material is reduced by 86%; the rest, together with heavy metals, is deposited in the ash residue.
Combustion of the carbon monoxide gases takes place in the lower part of the reactor at 650°C. After that, the remaining gases go to the second afterburning chamber, where their final afterburning occurs.
The swirl chamber destroys the residual particles in the gas-vapor mixture due to the centrifugal force inside the cyclone. A second air intake tap cools the turbine.
Gas-vapor mixture is formed at the output of the complex, which meets all environmental norms, laws, and standards in Russia and EU countries..