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 7th and 8th, Anguil personnel will be located in booth number 59 of the Knowledge Center Hub. We welcome the opportunity to meet attendees to discuss their air pollution control and energy recovery needs.
During the show, Jeff Kudronowicz of Anguil will be presenting to attendees on the Technologies and Techniques used on rich fume, VOC control applications. A wide variety of industries use thermal and catalytic oxidizers for the destruction of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs). 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.