Air Pollution Control Equipment is designed in many different ways, shapes, and forms to bring about the cleaning of manufacturing and soil remediation air emitting processes. Over the past 50 years, environmental regulations have become stricter and technology has advanced to efficiently remove pollutants as an ‘end of the pipe’ solution. The following technologies are readily available for a custom application by Gulf Coast Environmental Systems.
This VOC Abatement Inquiry Work Sheet (to fill it in online click here) details most of the information GCES requires to adequately and properly quote the best solution for your needs. Should you have any questions with how to complete the form, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Thermal Oxidizers - Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers (RTOs), Regenerative Catalytic Oxidizers, Thermal Recuperative Oxidizers, Catalytic Oxidizers, Direct Fired Thermal Oxidizers or Afterburners, Rotor Concentrator Systems
Carbon Adsorbers / Solvent Recovery Systems – In a Carbon Adsorber, a contaminated process stream flows across an activated carbon bed. The carbon removes the VOCs from the process stream and absorbs them, holding them on the surface and in its pores. The VOC-free air is exhausted to atmosphere. Carbon is a great adsorber of organic materials like low molecular weight VOCs.
VAM CH4 Oxidizer – The VAM RTO allows Gulf Coast Environmental Systems to offer a financially superior solution to VAM projects without compromising on safety or efficiency.
Process Stream Characterization
In order to determine the most appropriate VOC Abatement technology available to best suit your plant, the Process Exhaust Stream must be characterized. The first step in characterizing the exhaust stream is to establish the current operating parameters of the plant – i.e. volumetric flow, volatile organic compound loading, and any other contaminants that might exist. By determining the existing operating conditions for the plant, a technology can then be selected based upon the major criteria associated with the equipment:
- Initial Capital Cost for Abatement Equipment
- Annual Operating Cost for Abatement Equipment (natural gas and electricity)
- Annual Maintenance Cost for Abatement Equipment
- Reliability of Plant Equipment vs. Plants Requirements for Process Run Time
- Required Destruction Removal Efficiency (DRE) for Compliance with Regulations
- Flexibility for Future Operation of the Plant’s Process
- Hours of Operation
More Systems For Your Consideration
- Quench & Scrubber Systems
- NOx Abatement Skids
- ElectroStatic Precipitators (ESPs)
- Bag Houses
SOME OF THE INDUSTRIES THAT MAY REQUIRE AIR POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT
Gulf Coast Environmental Systems has the experience and knowledge to help you with your equipment selection. Located in Texas, GCES has shipped systems worldwide. Contact us today for your next piece of Air Pollution Control Equipment.