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Pollution Control Equipment Manufacturers and Suppliers

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Our company has extensive experience with acid gas scrubber systems and prefiltration if your process parameters require these components, and also carries other pollution control equipment. Our business strives to provide its customers with the best. RETOX RTO systems from our company provides custom designed with special metallurgy for acid gas and corrosive process applications.
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Anguil thermal and catalytic oxidizers are applied throughout the world on industrial applications for the destruction of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) and Odorous air pollutants. We can provide destruction efficiencies in excess of 99% with energy-efficient and reliable operation. Our air pollution control solutions provide compliance today so that Anguil customers remain profitable tomorrow.
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We have been a success in maintaining our goal to offer our customers with the best solutions for their air quality needs. With pride we present our products with highest quality and cost-effective systems which have been designed to meet our customers' specific needs. If you choose our pollution control equipment, you will not go wrong.
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Our pollution control equipment is the best in the industry! We put our 45+ years of experience to work for our customers. Our team of engineers, maintenance, and service staff work with you to find you the best custom solution for you air pollution control needs. We offer 24 hour immediate response service, emergency parts, planned maintenance, and other value-added services. Visit our website or call one of our representatives today to learn more about our products!
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B&W MEGTEC provides turnkey solutions for treatment of process gas exhaust streams for particulate control, acid gas or acid mist removal, VOC/HAPs destruction and solvent recovery technologies. Equipment offerings include thermal and catalytic oxidizers, wet and dry scrubbers, wet and dry electrostatic precipitators, fabric filters, and carbon adsorption systems for solvent recovery. Contact B&W MEGTEC to determine the best pollution abatement system for your application.
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Preserving the environment is a priority for us! We are committed to continually advancing technology and providing you with top of the line pollution control equipment. Through engineering studies and performance testing, we work to create systems to reduce NOx, CO and volatile organic compounds. For more information, check out our website today!
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Ship & Shore low NOx flares, oxidizers, and other custom options help reduce industrial air pollution emissions. We manufacture and design innovative products to best suit each application. Our customized design solutions meet pollution abatement compliance regulations while improving efficiency for challenging air pollution emission streams requiring treatment of VOCs, odors, and particulate matter.
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Our company was founded in 1985 with a clear-cut ecological mission--to provide high quality products that create usable energy from air pollutants. We are headquartered in Austria, but we have partners, sales networks, subsidiaries, and licensees stationed in numerous countries. For more information, call or visit our website.
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Pollution Control Equipment

The term "pollution control equipment" refers to a diverse set of equipment with the goal of removing and eliminating an equally diverse variety of pollutants from the surrounding environment. Such pollutants, which include sulfuric odors, gases and vapors, are called hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) and volatile organic pollutants (VOCs). These kind of pollutants most often enter Earth's atmosphere via the performance of industrial manufacturing processes, which create harmful byproducts like solvent fumes, hydrocarbons, halogenated waste and other hazardous toxins that should not be allowed into the air or human lungs. Because of the risks posed to the health and wellbeing of the planet and its inhabitants, regulatory agencies like the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) either encourage or make mandatory the use of of air pollution control equipment. Manufacturers that use air pollution control equipment are doing their part to keep harmful emissions low and maintained at levels that are not detrimental to health.

Different settings call for different types of pollution control equipment. Note that pollution control equipment, also known as emission control systems, has applications all over the industries of commercial, domestic and industrial manufacturing, as well as in biological research, medicine, printing, automotives and more. Each industry and application releases unique toxins, odors or particulates of their own, forcing the need for diverse pollution control solutions. Generally speaking, pollution control equipment works through acts of absorption, extraction, filtration or a combination of all three. The most common types of industrial pollution control equipment are: air scrubbers, wet scrubbers, mist collectors and electrostatic precipitators. These all employ multiple pollution control techniques. Following these are the simpler oxidizers and air filtration systems.

Air scrubbers purify air streams within enclosed spaces like laboratories and textile mills; they can also be used to clean air in smelly basements and flooded or fire-damaged homes. Primarily, air scrubbers target chemicals, gases and particles, working either through dry scrubbing or wet scrubbing. Dry scrubbers collect chemicals and particulates by first introducing a dry reagent or slurry into a dirty exhaust stream or a gas stream, which catches larger contaminants, then forcing the stream through filters to catch smaller contaminants. Wet scrubbers, on the other hand, collect contaminants inside liquid droplets, then clean them using either absorption in a saturation pool or dissolution in a liquid spray. Users may enhance the performance of their wet scrubbers by adding in chemical solutions to the liquid agent. Additional filters can also be used boost efficiency both before and after the initial cleaning. Also known as demisters or mist eliminators, mist collectors are made to specifically target mists and vapors within an air stream, such as smoke, coolant, oil, abrasives and water. Most often, they are utilized by industries and applications in which space and weight savings are highly important, and/or where vapor quality is key. Such industries and applications include: agriculture, paper and pulp, food processing, brine desalination, chemical processing and metal finishing and forming. Electrostatic precipitators, or ESPs, are highly efficient, quality-achieving pollution control equipment that work through ionization. Particulates in the air are charged inductively with an electric field as metal tubes or plates, called collection tubes or collection plates, respectively, are charged with a negative voltage. The opposing charges attract, causing the particulates to stick to the collection tubes or plates. Once this happens, they are shaken, tapped, rapped or conditioned and rinsed into a bin for disposal or recycling. This method of pollution control is employed primarily by industries that produce a lot of smoke, dust and debris, industries like: material handling, textile manufacturing, petroleum processing, chemical processing, electronics and general manufacturing and machining. Oxidizers perform cleaning simply, by heating air that has been forced into a main chamber with a catalyst, until the contaminants within it either burn or undergo a chemical reaction, and then convert into less harmful byproducts that can be filtered further or disposed. Oxidizers are occasionally small enough for use in automotive exhaust systems. However, they are usually very large and used only with high emission industries like: agriculture, food processing, printing, paper and pulp, painting, pharmaceuticals and polymer and resin manufacturing. Air filtration systems trap a wide pollutants and other impurities in filters. They may aim to capture, dissolve or destroy pollutants. Common pollutants include: bacteria, pollen, mold, dust, metallic powder and gases and chemicals. Air filtration systems serve a wide variety of applications; they may be designed with any number of porosity, flow rate, filter length, pressure drop and ply and efficiency requirements in mind. Air filtration systems serve many industries, including: food and chemical processing, pharmaceutical, laboratory, clean room, electronics and commercial and residential ventilation.



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