Clean Air Technology: Thermal Process

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Clean Air Technology: Thermal Process

Organic carbons, CO and odour are converted in thermal oxidisers to CO2 and H2O.

Pollutants:

  • Organic carbons
  • CO
  • Odour

Processes:

  • Thermal oxidiser (TO) for smaller gas flows or high TOC concentration. Autothermal operation: TOC concentration of approximately 50 g/Nm3 
  • Thermal oxidiser (TO) with integrated heat exchanger for medium TOC concentration. Autothermal operation: TOC concentration of approximately 20 g/Nm3 
  • Regenerative thermal oxidiser (RTO) for low TOC concentration and high gas flow. Ceramic heat transfer elements are used to reach a high heat recovery efficiency of up to 97%. Autothermal operation: TOC concentration of approximately 5 g/Nm3.

Operational experiences:

  • Odours are completely neutralised
  • CO smaller than 10 mg/Nm3 
  • TOC concentration smaller than 10 mg/Nm3
Michaelis GmbH & Co. KG
Michaelis GmbH & Co. KG
Rudolf-Diesel-Straße 7
Veitshöchheim , Germany; D - 97209

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