Welcome to DUMAG
Industrial Combustion Systems
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26. – 28. of March 2019
Rotterdam / Netherlands
“In our business it is imperative that the equipment manufacturer and his suppliers act in concert.”
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DUMAG provides its long-term experience in combustion technologies and its recognized engineering capabilities to deliver an integrated approach to design and build modular, skid mounted systems for waste incineration and air pollution control with predictable performance, reliability and operation expenses.
DUMAG’s core business is the supply of customized and innovative process solutions for applications that are required to meet exceptional and exacting demands. This includes hybrid systems, incorporating two or more technology approaches in one unit, as well as multi-stage process concepts, combining two or more different air pollution control systems. The unique combustion technology and our state-of-the-art control philosophy are part and parcel of all technical solutions from DUMAG.
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WHAT DRIVES OUR TEAM
We, the DUMAG technical leadership team, are a group of motivated and qualified people. We draw our expertise from numerous challenging projects for clients who appreciate our competence and reliability. We are continuously developing the way we work, perfecting our products and services, and constantly improving our communication with customers, partners and colleagues.
DUMAG is your reliable partner for combustion of gaseous, liquid and particulate special fuels.
- Process gas firing
- Solvent and liquid waste incineration
- Liquid solid dispersion injection
- Combustion of alternative fuels
- Combustion of low calorifique gases
- Combustion of standard fuels
- Waste water combustion
- ATEX process gas injection
- Combustion of halogented compounds
- Salt solution incineration
- Nitrogenous gases and liquid incineration
- Sulphur combustion
- Combustion of tail gases
- Sulfur hydrogen combustion
- Combustion of spent sulfuric acid
- Pure oxygen combustion
- Pressurized combustion