Tire Fuel Equipment


AFS Technology can provide all the equipment required to assure the success of each project including:

  • AFS Standard Equipment
  • Custom Designed Equipment
  • OEM Equipment

In addition, AFS provides the electrical equipment required to operate all the mechanical equipment as an automatic system.

AFS alternative fuel systems include all equipment required for a complete system from the truck or loader delivering the fuel to the valves and burners used to introduce the fuel to the kiln, boiler or furnace.

Tire Weigh Feeder

Tire Weigh Feeder

Tire Weigh Feeder AFS Weigh Feed Conveyors, for Whole Tire Derived Fuel, control the feed rate using the weight of each tire to determine tire injection intervals. These Weigh Feeders have the following special features to provide years of reliable service with little maintenance: Belt Driven Live Roller (BDLR) Conveyor Platform ...
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Rhino Bins

Rhino Bins

Rhino Bins Originally designed to be used during the testing of Whole Tire Derived Fuel in preheater or precalciner towers, a Rhino Bin is an affordable means to get tires up the tower and to the Fuel Injection Device without the expense of purchasing and installing a temporary elevator. Rhino Bins are heavy-duty steel bins with ...
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Conveyors

Conveyors

Conveyors AFS selects the types of conveyors for each project to provide the most flexible and reliable material handling systems for each particular application. AFS has developed the new standard for live Roller Conveyors and regularly uses Belt Conveyors for Whole Tire systems. Belt Conveyors can also be used for ...
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Elevators

Elevators

Elevators Inclined belt conveyors, chain and belt driven roller conveyors, hook elevators, bucket elevators and vertical lift elevators are uniquely designed for each application. Truss frame belt conveyors Hook elevators Chain and belt driven roller conveyors Bucket elevators Continuous vertical lifts Hydraulic or electric power options ...
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Feed Rate Control

Feed Rate Control

Feed Rate Control AFS weigh feeders provide precise feed rate control for both Whole Tire Derived Fuel and Bulk Fuel to assure controlled combustion of alternative fuels ...
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Tire Separation

Tire Separation

Tire Separation AFS has Whole Tire Separation equipment to automatically perform the following functions: Separate bulk whole tires into a supply of single (one at time) tires Remove debris from whole tires Inspect tires for conformity with minimum and maximum size specifications Reject non conforming (size) tires Detect and reject ...
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Live Bottom Hoppers

Live Bottom Hoppers

Live Bottom Hoppers The Live Bottom Hopper allows for receiving, storage, and recovery of numerous bulk materials including: Whole Tires TDF Wood Chips Wood Fuel Mulch Compost RDF Grains and Crop Residues Other Biomass Other bulk materials The Live Bottom Hopper is often situated to discharge to a device that provides ...
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Trailer Tippers/Dumpsters

Trailer Tippers/Dumpsters

Trailer Tippers/Dumpsters The trailer tipper allows for automatic unloading of numerous bulk materials delivered in van trailers including: Whole Tires TDF Wood Chips Wood Fuel Mulch Compost RDF Grains and Crop Residues Other Biomass Other bulk materials The trailer tipper is often situated to dump the materials directly into a Live Bottom ...
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Mid-Kiln Valves

Mid-Kiln Valves

Mid-Kiln Valves AFS Mid kiln valves are designed to introduce Whole Tires or Bulk Fuel ~ midway along the length of a rotating kiln. At this point, temperatures are high enough and residence times long enough to ensure complete combustion of the fuel. Fuel injection occurs once every kiln rotation. AFS standard Mid-Kiln Valves ...
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Suspension Burners

Suspension Burners

Suspension Burners Typically, the maximum fuel substitution for whole tires introduced on or falling to the feed shelf in Precalciner Kilns is less than 5%. Above this rate, the sulfur cycle volatilization in the kiln is too high to maintain stable operation without a significant loss in production. To raise tire ...
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