Air Quality Control System
An air quality control system can reduce your company’s environmental impact. Plus, a well-designed thermal oxidizer can capture some of your spent thermal energy. Recycling the thermal energy released after cleaning the air is huge for efficiency. With this technology implemented at a plant, they can reuse fuel, lowering overhead.
Today’s air pollution control applications require equipment to destroy hazardous air pollutants. Furthermore, the solutions must incorporate volatile organic compound control. Modern equipment can control HAPs and VOCs while meeting environmental regulations.
- 99.99% Efficiency at Odorous Emissions Elimination
- Best Available Control Technology
- Maximum Control Technology
- Reduce Energy Use With a Pre-Heater
- Secondary Heat Recovery System
- High-Temperature Bypass Valve
Air Pollution Control Services
Air pollution control services can be designed using several forms. A recuperative thermal oxidizer functions differently from a regenerative thermal oxidizer.
A recuperative design is similar to a normal thermal oxidizer. However, the design incorporates an air-to-air heat exchanger. This design change allows for the recovery of some heat that is usually lost.
A direct-fired thermal oxidizer will react with hydrocarbons, VOCs, and HAPs. They combine these compounds in the air to produce carbon dioxide and water. Generally, this reaction only occurs if the air has been heated sufficiently. A middle-of-the-line THERMOX system operates at 1,400 F to 1,600 F.
Fuel requirements to preheat the THERMOX system are greatly reduced with a recuperator. With or without a pre-heater, these systems reach the highest efficiencies. They score incredibly high on destruction removal efficiency rating scales.