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HCL synthesis unit

  • Bottom burner technology
  • Fully automatic units
  • One-button principle
  • Cost effective and ergonomic design
  • The Triple ZERO Philosophy

Zero emission
Zero electrical power consumption
Zero residual chlorine

  • Capacity from 1 to 155 TPD (100% Cl2)
  • Concentration up to 37%
  • Single or double scrubber
  • Generating steam or hot water


Bottom burner synthesis has several advantages versus top burner synthesis:

  •  top burner furnace geometry necessary implies usage of a pump:

the HCl solution is collected in the bottom section and sent to a tank using booster pump.

If the pump stops, it is necessary to shut off the synthesis unit to avoid flooding of the bottom section of the synthesis.

For top burner furnace, the HCl produced falls by gravity from the absorption section and is thus collected in the storage tanks. The absence of pumps makes it possible to avoid frequent shut-off of the synthesis unit.

In case of a mechanical failure of the top burner, the burner would fall from a great height and potentially damage the top absorption block. This safety hazard is eliminated in ECARB’s bottom burner design. 

  • The burner area is full of control devices, like valves, instruments, flame arrestors, flame guards, sight glasses, ignition burner, etc.

Monitoring and maintenance of these devices placed at a high elevation (like it is in top burner design) is complicated, dangerous and uncomfortable for operators and fitters. ECARB’s proven bottom burner design facilitates these controls at ground level enhancing safety and operational convenience of the unit.

  • ECARB’s bottom burner design, the rupture discs are located at the top of the unit. In the event of an explosion/mishap, the venting of hazardous gases will happen at the top of the unit and out into the atmosphere, not at the ground level (like it is for top burner design) endangering workers and equipment. This is an important safety aspect of our design.