To finish off an increasingly busy year of in-person trade shows, Anguil will be once again exhibiting at the Federation of Environmental Technologists (FET) trade show in Pewaukee, WI. Taking place December 7-9, 2021 at the Ingleside Hotel, Anguil experts will be at Environment 2021 to discuss our Air and Water pollution control solutions for industry. Visit us in booth 32P in the Lake Country Ballroom to discuss your application and to learn more about our solutions.
FET is an organization dedicated to educating and developing excellence in environmental, health and safety professionals. The goal of the Environment 2021 conference is to provide a high quality, high value hub for environmental training, information gathering, and networking opportunities. Anguil looks forward to exhibiting alongside some of the top environmental companies in Southeastern Wisconsin.
Anguil is pleased to be exhibiting in-person at the International Metal Decorating and Packaging Association (IMDPA) annual conference on October 5-7, 2021 in Oak Brook, IL. The two-day event brings together industry professionals and experts to discuss technological innovations and trends across the metal decorating and packaging industries.
The conference will take place at the Hilton – Oak Brook Hills Resort. Anguil experts will be onsite to discuss our innovative solutions for the Metal Decorating industry, including 2 & 3 Piece Can Makers, Coil Coating Operations, and Metal Painting companies. Metal decorators and packagers rely heavily on uptime to maintain profitability. Anguil’s engineering expertise and flexible solutions guarantee compliance and optimized performance so your plant can focus on production.
Registration and more information is available on the IMDPA web site. We look forward to seeing you there!
After a hiatus from in-person speaking events, Anguil will be presenting to attendees of the Coating Trends & Technologies trade show, taking place in Lombard, IL on September 8-9th, 2021. Coating Trends & Technologies is the Midwest’s leading coatings conference, bringing together the field’s leaders to discuss technology innovations across the industry. Anguil is a leading pollution abatement system provider in the Coating & Converting industry, particularly of Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers (RTOs).
On Wednesday, September 8 from 1:00-1:30pm, Anguil’s Senior Application Engineer, Jason Schueler, will be speaking on An Overview of Emission Control Equipment Features, Components and Capabilities as a part of the Coating Process Engineering Track.
Coating companies currently required to comply with air emission regulations for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) are accustomed to the high cost of compliance. Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers (RTOs) are increasingly used in a wide variety of coating applications for the destruction of VOCs, HAPs and even odors. There are features, components and unique capabilities to the RTO that coaters should understand before purchasing a new system or making modifications to an existing one. Jason’s presentation will address these topics as well as some of the process conditions and options that can affect destruction efficiency and operating costs. Jason has spent the past decade in the air pollution control industry specifically focusing on abatement systems for volatile organic compounds and hazardous air pollutants and brings a wealth of knowledge to the topic.
Registration and Attendee Information is available on the Coating Trends & Technologies web site. Jason and Anguil’s sales team will be available for questions after his presentation. We look forward to seeing you there!
SEMICON West truly connects the entire extended electronics supply chain. Anguil Environmental is excited to be a part of the 2021 event in San Francisco this December. It is the premier place to keep up with manufacturing developments of chips, lithography, printed circuit boards and liquid crystal displays. The three day event consists of technical presentations, networking and exhibitions regarding materials, equipment, design, manufacturing, system integration and demand channels.
Anguil understands the industry’s need for up-time, increased production and environmental compliance. Visitors to booth 1645 will learn about the latest abatement technologies and techniques. Interested in setting up a meeting with one of our sales engineers? Call Kevin Summ at 414-365-6400 or email us, and we will set aside some time to speak with you about your unique needs.
Different oxidizer technologies are used on various applications in the chemical industry for the destruction of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) and odorous emissions. No other supplier has the worldwide experience with emission control applications in this industry like Anguil does.
Held every two years in Kingsport, Tennessee, eChem Expo is a one-day event packed with seminars on innovation, productivity, and sustainability for chemical processors. On October 19th and 20th, Anguil personnel will be located in the Knowledge Center Hub. We welcome the opportunity to meet attendees to discuss their air pollution control and energy recovery needs.
During the show, William Weingart of Anguil will be presenting to attendees on the Technologies and Techniques used on rich fume, VOC control applications. Determining which oxidizer technology to apply relies on the flow, temperature, concentration and contaminants coming from the process. Many chemical processing processes generate VOCs and HAPs that are inert, or contain very little oxygen, and are extremely concentrated. The same facility can also have other emission sources that produce dilute streams with plenty of oxygen but not much calorific value.
Treating both of these flows in the same oxidizer system can save a substantial amount of money in capital expenditures and operating expenses. However, combining the different emission sources does present some challenges for the abatement systems. Our presentation will examine, in detail, all the benefits and potential hurdles when destroying inert and dilute emission streams in a single abatement device using real world examples and data. In addition, we will cover the various equipment options and maintenance recommendations specific to abatement projects in the chemical processing industry. Click here to see the seminar schedule.
Interested in setting up a meeting with one of our sales engineers? Call Kevin Summ at 414-365-6400 or email us, and we will set aside some time to speak with you about your unique needs.
When: Wednesday December 2, 2020 / 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CDT (2pm ET / 11AM PT)
Presented by Environmental Energy + Leader, Anguil Environmental is partnering with Siemens to discuss exciting developments in the world of technology and environmental equipment: Empowering Environmental Technologies with the IIoT.
What is the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)?
Anguil’s control systems already provide the safest, most efficient, and highly reliable operation while integrating smoothly into existing plant operations. Anguil is now trailblazing the technological advancement of environmental equipment with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) to improve safety, reliability, and maintenance efforts.
This functionality allows personnel inside and outside the plant to communicate with your abatement system using native programming and an internet connection. Real-time data logging, event reporting, and alarm notification are just some of the benefits to IIoT. It is one of the easiest ways to expedite troubleshooting, reduce downtime, and enhance the value of routine preventive maintenance.
What will you learn in this webinar?
How can you be sure your environmental technologies are in compliance?
What is the risk of not leveraging sensors and smart devices in decision making?
Manufacturing facilities are increasingly being designed with sensing devices that employ a central control system to remotely monitor and adjust equipment within the plant and beyond. The transparency provided via the IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) allows companies to analyze and predict machine behavior to optimize production and processes remotely. However, there are costs, time considerations, and potential pitfalls in system selection and implementation. Plant managers, engineers, and production personnel must carefully consider safety, security, and usability of each remotely monitored device. Compliance adds another layer of complexity when talking about IIoT for environmental technologies.
This webinar will examine, in detail, all the benefits and potential hurdles that industrial facilities should evaluate when implementing remote monitoring on environmental technologies.
In conjunction with CompositesWorld Publishing, Anguil Environmental will be presenting the latest in Emission Control Technologies and Techniques for Composite and Carbon Fiber Manufacturing. These processes can negatively impact the environment and company profit margins if careful consideration is not given to emission control during the production of these materials. Recent developments in air pollution abatement technologies have not only improved destruction capabilities but also allowed producers to reduce operating costs and improve up-time.
What are the primary air pollution control technologies used in this industry?
What technology features should companies consider for air pollution compliance?
Which operating cost reduction strategies to consider for various process conditions?
Anguil has developed the most advanced air pollution control technologies currently used for carbon fiber and composite processes. Our proprietary designs offer high destruction efficiency, low greenhouse gas output and energy recovery options for powering process systems. Learn More
If you have both air and water pollution control needs, how do you know that your treatment approach is optimizing performance and operating costs? As you undertake pollution abatement projects, how can you really be sure that you’re protected against creeping project costs, missing compliance requirements, and project management headaches?
An integrated approach to industrial air and water pollution abatement is gaining traction as an optimal solution, with many benefits including one point of contact, reduced project administration and a holistic solution. However, finding and leveraging a provider with sufficient expertise across both sectors is challenging, if not nearly impossible.
This discussion will examine industrial pollution control trends through the lens of a single source air and water solutions provider, offering insight into avoiding abatement project pitfalls and how an integrated approach can save you time, money, and hassles.
Click here to register for the live event, or view on demand, the interview with Tim Hermes of Environmental Leader and Anguil Environmental Systems.
Milwaukee, WI: Starting an environmental company in the late 1970’s was not nearly as well received as it would be today, but Gene Anguil, Founder of Anguil Environmental Systems, persevered. Four decades later, Anguil is recognized as a worldwide leader of industrial air pollution control and wastewater treatment technologies. On August 12th, the company is hosting a 40th anniversary party that will be truly international, drawing attendees from across the United States, Asia, and Europe. Held in downtown Milwaukee, the private celebration will be one of the first events in the new wing at Discovery World overlooking Lake Michigan.
Approximately four-hundred people are expected at the Sunday evening party. Guests will consist of employees, both current and former, as well as partners, key suppliers, sales representatives and close family friends. “It’s important that we recognize the people and companies that helped us get where we are today,” said Gene. “While my wife was our first, and arguably most-important employee, there were also a lot of other vital contributors to our success.”
The night will include a multimedia presentation focused on Anguil’s Recipe for Success: Vision, Expertise, Leadership, Employees, Resilience, Fun, Community, and Family. Dinner and dancing will follow a series of speeches by key Anguil personnel. According to Chris Anguil, son of Gene and President of the company, “August 12th also happens to be Gene’s 80th birthday, so there may be some surprises”.
Throughout the past four decades, the company has celebrated countless successes, but also persevered through some challenges. Major milestones include several moves into increasingly larger facilities, the establishment of international operations, development of an extensive global sales representative network, and a continuous garnering of awards like the employee-driven Top Workplace distinction and the Environmental Business Journal Achievement Award. The tragic passing of Gene’s oldest son Jeff in 1993, then company President, was one of those challenging moments that tested the company’s resiliency while cementing the family culture that still exists today.
The 40th anniversary celebration comes at a time of widespread enthusiasm for the company’s mission and steady growth, including the hiring of several third generation Anguil employees, aggressive global sales targets, and the completion of a remodel of their corporate headquarters in Brown Deer. This investment buoys the optimism of employees and the surrounding community, looking ahead to many more years of success.
About Anguil Environmental Systems, Incorporated: Anguil provides environmental and energy solutions that ensure cleaner air and water for future generations. Company values include a commitment to customer satisfaction, high integrity, family culture, continuous improvement, a passion for excellence and organizational growth. The company is uniquely capable of supplying integrated air and water treatment solutions to the global manufacturing sector and industrial markets for environmental compliance.
On vapor combustion applications, Anguil has over four decades of experience with the design, manufacturing, service and installation of thermal and catalytic oxidizers for the destruction of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs), process odors and Nitrous Oxides (NOX). Anguil also specializes in energy recovery systems that reduce a company’s operating costs, lower their carbon footprint and decrease energy consumption by utilizing waste heat from manufacturing processes.
On the water side, Anguil Aqua provides turnkey water treatment systems that target solid or liquid pollutants from industrial and remediation applications. As a custom solution company, they can integrate a range of technologies with proven techniques to meet specific site challenges.
High-ranking, Wrigley officials from both China and the United States were in attendance for an opening ceremony at the Shanghai plant this past May. Members of the local Environmental Bureau and government leaders in the crowd praised the company for their efforts to reduce air pollutants like Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).
The plant recently commissioned Anguil Environmental Asia to design, build and install a 55,000 SCFM Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer or RTO. The emission abatement system is capable of destroying more than 99% of any harmful emissions coming from the gum making process. RTOs are not only effect at destroying odors and emissions but they are also known for their energy efficient operation. Through the use of ceramic media beds, the device captures waste heat from combustion to preheat incoming pollutants. At 95-97% thermal efficiency, many RTO systems like this oxidizer at Wrigley will self sustain, using no additional fuel for operation.
During the ceremony, Wrigley leaders reinforced their firm stance on environmental protection and commitment to action. All attendees then got a tour of the Anguil RTO and witnessed the system in operation. Anguil personnel were on hand to explain the capabilities and answer any questions.
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