Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) are a group of over 100 different chemicals that are known to be formed typically during incomplete combustion of organic matter at high temperature. Their major sources in the atmosphere include industrial processes, vehicle exhausts, waste incinerations, and domestic heating emissions. Due to their carcinogenic/mutagenic effects, 16 PAHs are currently listed as priority air pollutants.
By Chromatotec Group based in Val de Virvée, FRANCE.
Treatment of exhaust gases from systems that process polluted or contaminated soil – commonly use incinerators for air pollution control needs.
By Catalytic Products International (CPI) based in Lake Zurich, ILLINOIS (USA).
In calcination processes, solid intermediates and products are regularly handled in fine powder form. (ex: kaolin or metakaulin). There is a need to separate these very fine powders from the exhaust streams of calciners, fluid bed dryers or incinerators, often at critical temperature conditions
By Advanced Cyclone Systems, S. A. based in Porto, PORTUGAL.
Government and environmental groups are forcing industries with medium to high VOC exhausts to reduce emissions by as much as 98%. Incineration using pollution control devices such as oxidizers and flare stacks is one way to bring the exhaust emissions in line with the regulations. Capturing and reusing solvent in a solvent recovery system is another way.
By Control Instruments Corporation based in Fairfield, NEW JERSEY (USA).
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