Air & Climate Applications in Latin America

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    Recycling equipments for shredder light fraction (SLF) recycling

    Dismantled ELVs (End of Life Vehicles) are sold to shredder operators and are reduced to fist-size pieces by large rotating hammer mills. The Shredder Light Fraction (SLF) is removed from the stream by suction, the intensity of which determines the amount and composition of the SLF. SLF consists essentially of plastics/rubber (~60%), Glass/sand i.e. mineral substances (~15%), Textiles/leather/wood (~10%), Paint dust/rust (~10%) and Residual metals (~5%). Other names for SLF are ASR (Automobile Shredder Residue) ...

    By Eldan Recycling A/S Office in São Paulo, BRAZIL.

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    Air pollution, emission and process monitoring systems for incineration

    ENVEA’s long association with the Incineration Industry includes supporting Process Operators to meet environmental obligations and the requirement for high performance instrumentation with quality assurance features for compliance reporting. In addition to the importance of regulatory compliance, the control and treatment of emissions from Incineration processes represents a significant proportion of overall costs, therefore, quality data from emissions and process monitoring provides valuable feedback on ...

    By ENVEA Office in Sao Paulo, BRAZIL.

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    Machine condition monitoring for marine

    Overview Machine condition monitoring based on oil analysis has become an important, if not mandatory, maintenance practice by the marine industry. An effective oil analysis program will keep important assets such as engines, gearboxes, hydraulic systems, turbines, compressors, generators and any other oil-wetted machinery in operation by reducing unexpected failures and costly unscheduled down ...

    By Spectro Scientific Distributor in Colonia San Carlos, MEXICO.

  • Waste sorting solutions for the construction & demolition waste

    The growing demand for high-value secondary materials renders high quality recycling increasingly attractive. Thousands of tons of recyclable materials from construction and demolition (C&D) activities are sent to landfill every day, resulting in increasingly higher costs - and lost ...

    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH Office in Sao Paulo, BRAZIL.

  • Odor control for municipal and government

    Eliminating industrial odors naturally is our civic duty. To handle the odor control needs of municipal and government agencies, OMI Industries has created MUNI odor neutralizing product. Similar in many ways to its siblings in the Ecosorb products line, Muni odor control product uses Van Der Waals forces to chemically react with malodor molecules to eliminate odors combined with a natural formulation that makes it safe to work with. What’s more, the Muni product is surprisingly economical to use. It was ...

    By OMI Industries (OMI) Distributor in Santiago, CHILE.

  • Odor control for liquid waste

    Vaporize Odors Associated With Liquid Waste Processing: Liquid waste, such as fats, oils and grease (F.O.G.) can emit unpleasant odors, which become even more pronounced in various stages of processing. Malodorous F.O.G. from restaurants are often transported by truck to F.O.G. filtering facilities and then to plants where they are processed into useable ...

    By OMI Industries (OMI) Distributor in Santiago, CHILE.

  • Determination of mercury in mercury-containing wastes

    INTRODUCTION Mercury is widely used in chemical industry, electronic s, electric engineering, instrument making, medicine, pesticide and explosives production, etc. A number of techniques and equipment are developed for reclaiming mercury-containing waste, such as soil, sludge, stillage botto ms, slime sediments, fluorescent lamps, mercury-containing ...

    By Lumex Instruments Group Distributor in COLOMBIA.

  • Odors control for solid waste

    A solid solution for solid waste odors. All areas of solid waste handling are, by nature, odorous affairs. Municipal sludge, municipal solid waste, landfills, composting and co-composting facilities all generate odors that can be offensive to workers and the community at large. The process is a complex one, with multiple drops, collections, transfers and sortings of recyclable and non-recyclable material. Combustible materials are then incinerated for energy ...

    By OMI Industries (OMI) Distributor in Santiago, CHILE.

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