Air Pollution Control Equipment

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Model MX 15 - Controllers

by Oldham Gas - an Industrial Scientific Corporation Company

Designed for use in boiler rooms and parking garages, the new MX 15 controller provides the most cost effective solution for the continuous monitoring of toxic or flammable gases and vapors in ambient air.Easy to install and operate, the MX 15 control unit combined with the OLC(T) 10 detectors provides a low cost solution for light industrial ...

Vulcain - Model 301C - Controller

by Honeywell Analytics

The 301C continuously monitors and controls toxic gases, combustible gases, and Oxygen hazards. Designed for installation and operational simplicity, the VA301C reduces the cost of installation and ownership. Using an addressable RS-485 Modbus communication protocol, the Vulcain 301C uses daisy chain wiring requiring only 2 pairs of wires to ...

Model RMOC - Controllers

by AZCO INDUSTRIES LIMITED

The RMOC is a controller for ozone systems that utilize oxygen as feed gas. The controller has many functions such as PLC connectivity, ORP monitoring and control, and Vacuum monitoring to name just a few. The RMOC can run upto 4 RMU series generator and 4 oxygen concentrators (AS-12).

Lundberg - Non-Condensible Gas Handling Systems

by A. H. LUNDBERG ASSOCIATES, INC.

Lundberg designs state of the art Non-Condensible Gas handling systems for Dilute, Concentrated and Stripper Off Gas systems. These systems are designed for the safest possible operation and to meet the most stringent environmental regulations. These systems are designed to minimize potential venting episodes as well.

Lundberg - White Liquor Oxidation Systems

by A. H. LUNDBERG ASSOCIATES, INC.

Lundberg offers pulp and paper clients both air and molecular oxygen white liquor oxidation systems. White liquor is contacted with oxygen to oxidize the sodium sulfide to sodium thiosulfate. The oxidized liquor becomes a caustic source for a number of different mill systems, including oxygen delignification of pulp and incinerator flue gas ...

Flue Gas Recirculation Systems

by Epcon Industrial Systems, LP

Flue Gas Recirculation (FGR) acts to reduce NOx formation by reducing peak flames temperatures. In conventional applications, the recirculated flue gas is typically extracted from the boiler outlet duct upstream of the air heater. The flue gas is then returned through a separate duct and hot gas fan to the combustion air duct that feeds the wind ...

Lundberg - Black Liquor Oxidation System

by A. H. LUNDBERG ASSOCIATES, INC.

Lundberg pioneered the art of black liquor oxidation. Many Kraft recovery boilers still utilize direct -contact evaporation to increase boiler firing solids. Oxidation systems may be installed on either the weak liquor or on the strong liquor, though strong liquor is preferred. Lundberg utilizes a proprietary sparger to maximize contact between ...

Lundberg - Tubular Evaporation Technology

by A. H. LUNDBERG ASSOCIATES, INC.

Falling Film. Lundberg provides falling film evaporator technology for use in many applications. Falling film technology has certain advantages over rising film technology. It is suitable for use in high solids applications where higher heat transfer coefficients are necessary and where a greater turn-down ratio is required for operational ...

Touchpoint - Model 4 - Controller

by Honeywell Analytics

A controller providing protection from flammable, toxic and Oxygen gas hazards, with up to 4 points of detection. The Touchpoint 4 controller provides protection of personnel and plant from flammable, toxic and Oxygen gas hazards when used with up to four Sensepoint gas detectors. Self-contained, fully user configurable and wall mounted, a ...

Pollution Control Equipment

by Cool Energy Inc

Pollution control equipment is used to destroy particulates and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) that are produced by industrial processes such as coffee roasting, metal coating and painting, and cement manufacturing. The contaminated gases are usually hot and rising up a ventilation stack, and are passed through a combustion or oxidation ...

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