Meat Processing Odor Control
For its first two years of production, a food manufacturer based in South Wales, England, focused its production on potatoes. Neighborhood residents voiced no complaints about odors during this time period. Read About the Solution
After purchasing a new Barth roaster for their East coast processing facility, a nationally known bean roasting company knew their emissions and odors would need to be addressed with the increase in production.Read About the Solution
A bread and bun bakery was faced with installing air pollution control equipment to control the volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted during their baking process. Read About the Solution
Organic Particulate Filtration
A food products company that mixes various types of waxes and other components to make the base for chewing gums was faced with the issue of cleaning up a slightly odorous, visible emission being exhausted from two of their process lines.Read About the Solution
Ethanol Emission Reduction · Multiple Oven
Grease, Oil & Particulate Control · Opacity, Odor and VOC
and Bakery industry experience provides solutions for your
emission control challenges. We have worked on a wide range of
applications: achieving a high destruction level of ethanol from
bakery ovens, chaff and particulate from coffee roasting,
efficiently destroying grease from frying and rendering operations,
handling smoke house emissions, and maintaining required opacity
and odor levels from confectionery and gum manufacturing.
Our thorough knowledge of your process saves you money. In the
bakery industry for example, Anguil has perfected methods for
feeding multiple oven exhausts into a single control device without
affecting the "bake". We have experience with both direct and
indirect fired ovens and the engineering implications of handling
the exhaust from each. In many cases, Anguil's detailed process
analysis of comfort hood exhaust has saved companies tens of
thousands of dollars.
Anguil's stainless steel system construction effectively
addresses high humidity issues often found in the bakery industry.
The use of Anguil's patented Self-Cleaning Ceramic Filter (SCCF)
deals with the high levels of grease, oil and particulate
associated with many Bakery applications. Historically, the most
common technology used in the Bakery industry has been the Catalytic Recuperative Oxidizer
and Anguil still services many of these installations.
However, the Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer is
now the prefered technology due to its' low operating cost and high