VOC control Equipment in Haiti

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Air Strippers

by Air Chem Systems, Inc.     based in Anaheim, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Air Strippers are a cost effective method for remediating contaminated groundwater by transferring volatile organic compounds (VOC) from the liquid phase to the vapor phase. In many cases, stripping efficiencies to non-detect levels can be achieved.

VOC Concentrator Systems (TSRA)

by American Environmental Fabrication & Supply, LLC     based in Hulbert, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Concentrators are used as an emission control device to allow higher volumes of waste gas to be collected on an adsorbent for future destruction. Concentrators allow the lower concentrated VOC's to be collected and then exhausted at smaller volumes at higher concentration levels. Generally, concentration levels are operated around ten times the ...

X-Wand HVOC Analyzer

by Bacharach, Inc.     based in New Kensington, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

A streamline method for Brownfield testing. Fast! Easy! Accurate and Economical! The only HVOC analyzer for labfieldand survey use! Offers onsite analysis so your cost of use is low! This portablehand-held instrument rapidly distinguishes Halogenated Volatile Organic Compounds (HVOC's) in soil and water. The X-Wand is a new screening technology to ...

Chemical Plants & Industrial Processes

by Johnson Matthey Emission Control Technologies     based in Royston, UNITED KINGDOM

Any chemical and industrial processes involving a combustion step will form undesirable by-products requiring specialist emissions control. Carbon monoxide (CO), oxides of nitrogen (NOx) unburned hydrocarbons (HC) and specific categories of air toxics such as volatile organic compounds (VOC), halogenated VOC (HVOC), hazardous air pollutants (HAP) ...

Environics - Model Series 2014 - Computerized VOC Gas Dilution System

by Environics, Inc.     based in Tolland, CONNECTICUT (USA)

The Environics Series 2014 Computerized VOC Gas Dilution System is a microprocessor based gas dilution system designed for the preparation of calibration standards used for VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) monitoring programs. The Series 2014 can be used to dynamically produce ppb level standards from ppm level cylinder gases. EPA methods for ...

Volatile Organic Compounds

by Applied Technology Specialists, Inc     based in Bixby, OKLAHOMA (USA)

VOCs (solvent fumes and vapors) are classified as 'pre-curser' compounds. These compounds react in the presence of ultraviolet light found in sunlight to produce smog and are therefore their release into the environment is strictly controlled by the EPA as well as local air districts. There are several methods used to abate VOC emissions and they ...

Model TE-1000 - PUF Monitor in Ambient Air

by Tisch Environmental Inc.     based in Cleves, OHIO (USA)

PUF for Pesticide Particulate/Vapor Air Sampler: Complete with outdoor anodized aluminum PUF shelter, aluminum blower motor assembly, 4' particulate/vapor sampling module, flow venturi calibration valve system, 0-100' magnehelic gage, motor voltage control/elapsed time indicator, (10' exhaust hose, and 7-day mechanical timer (110v/60hz or ...

Rotary Concentration System (RCS) Concentrators

by Catalytic Products International (CPI)     based in Lake Zurich, ILLINOIS (USA)

For more than 43 years, Catalytic Products International has focused its efforts on supplying our customers with the worlds best air pollution control solutions. In today’s environmental climate, just about any source may be a target for add-on air pollution control equipment. As polluting sources become larger (volumes) and less ...

Puro-Save - VOC Concentrator

by SG America     based in Owatonna, MARYLAND (USA)

High performance & efficiency: Using High silica zeolites and activated carbons with enormous adsorption capacity allows our VOCconcentrator to flexibly treat various kinds of VOCs and work under different conditions of operation.

Baseline - Total Volatile Organic Compound Measurement

by Baseline a MOCON company     based in Lyons, COLORADO (USA)

Sources of VOCs: Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are potentially dangerous compounds created by both human industry and natural processes that vaporize under normal atmospheric conditions. VOC levels are much higher in indoor environments as they can be emitted by many manufactured products such as carpet, paint, and cleaning supplies. Outdoor ...

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