Pollution Control Equipment Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Milwaukee, WI 800-488-0230

    Anguil Environmental provides highly-engineered, environmental equipment and service solutions that help clients solve complex industrial air pollution control and wastewater treatment challenges across the globe. Anguil air pollution control systems include thermal and catalytic oxidation technologies for compliance with VOC, HAP and odor regulations.

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  • De Pere, WI 920-336-5715

    Dürr is a leading global supplier of environmental solutions and engineered products tailored to meet customers' industrial process requirements. We offer a complete portfolio of air pollution control technologies including scrubbers, wet electrostatic precipitators, thermal and catalytic oxidizers, and solvent recovery systems.

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  • De Pere, WI 920-336-9800

    The CMM Group provides design and build, and technical engineering services for VOC emission control, odor abatement solutions and energy recovery systems. CMM Aftermarket Services team provides preventive maintenance and inspection services, controls upgrades, retrofit and rebuild services to extend the life of existing equipment. For small or large, complex projects, The CMM Group’s extensive process and equipment knowledge helps to find the correct solution for customer applications.

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  • Houston, TX 832-730-1209

    Pollution Systems designs, manufactures and installs highly reliable industrial air pollution control equipment. We offer Thermal Oxidizers, Catalytic Oxidizers, Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers, Direct Fired Oxidizers, Enclosed Flares, Gas Scrubbers, Particulate Scrubbers, Rotor Concentrators and Heat Recovery Systems. On-site services through our dedicated service company include equipment maintenance and repairs, inspections, media replacement, equipment commissioning and turnkey projects.

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  • Farmingdale, NY 631-420-4900

    Meet stringent environmental regulations with Ducon's complete line of the most advanced air pollution control equipment: cyclones, scrubbers, incinerators, electrostatic precipitators, activated carbon absorbers, gas absorption towers, flue gas desulfurization, chemical strippers, NOx & VOC Control, etc.

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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.

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Applications of Pollution Control Equipment

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, and automotives. Each industry and application releases unique toxins, odors, or particulates of their own, forcing the need for diverse pollution control solutions.

Such pollutants, which include sulfuric odors, gases, and vapors, are called hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) and volatile organic pollutants (VOCs). These kinds 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 the use of air pollution control equipment mandatory. 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.

Notable Types of Pollution Control Equipment

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.
Wet Scrubbers
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 to boost efficiency both before and after the initial cleaning.
Mist Collectors
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 used 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, 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, such as material handling, textile manufacturing, petroleum processing, chemical processing, electronics, and general manufacturing and machining.
Perform cleaning 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 converting it into less harmful byproducts that can be filtered further or disposed of. Oxidizers are occasionally small enough for use in automotive exhaust systems. However, they are usually 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 range of pollutants and other impurities in filters. They may aim to capture, dissolve, or destroy pollutants. Common pollutants include bacteria, pollen, mold, dust, metallic powder, 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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Addressing India’s Industrial Air Pollution Control Needs

In response to increased demand for its environmental technologies and services, Anguil Environmental Systems Inc. (Anguil) is expanding its coverage in the Indian market with the formation of a wholly owned subsidiary in the country. On June 22nd, 2020, the articles of incorporation were approved by government officials and Anguil Environmental Systems Private Limited was formed. Since then, Anguil has establish a direct presence by securing an office in Gujarat and hiring several seasoned employees with plans for more hires in early 2021. Anguil has been serving the global air... Read More About This

CECO Environmental® Wins Order To Remove Contaminants From 24 Million Barrels Of Seepage Water Per Year

DALLAS, July 23, 2019 -- CECO Environmental Corp announced today an important new order to help treat seepage water at a major international crude oil storage facility.   CECO will manage the engineering, design and delivery of a water treatment system planned to eliminate sludge by removing contaminants such as oil, solids, and harmful chemicals prior to any re-injection or potential discharge. With a storage capacity of 42 million barrels of crude oil, the facility will process approximately 24 million barrels of seepage and filter out more than 18,000 metric... Read More About This