Increased mobility and the soaring worldwide demand for cars have opened up questions regarding sustainability and environmental protection. Hazardous exhaust gases are emitted not only when driving vehicles, but also during their production. The waste gas volumes in the automotive industry reach up to 200,000 Nm³/h.
CTP systems can be found in every leading production company: thanks to the experience and the expertise developed in partnership with our customers for processes with inconsistent waste gas volumes; varying concentrations of organic components; gases contaminated with aerosols. CTP has installed systems for waste gas streams ranging from 1,000 to 200,000 Nm³/h. CTP supplies this industry with mainly catalytic systems, regenerative thermal oxidisers (RTO) and adsorbers. As the flue gases in this industry...
One of the oldest industry sectors, the construction materials industry has developed a broad range of products that is constantly adapting to the state of technology and architecture: Concrete, thermal and moisture protection, masonry, plastics, composite materials and finishes, are all used in the erection of buildings and structures, and also as auxiliary materials on construction sites.
The diversified consumer goods industry, with its broad range of products, is a significant area for air pollution control applications. Today, the ecological image of a company and its products is an important factor in the purchase decisions of customers. An increasing number of suppliers, therefore, aim to maintain their growth with ecologically sustainable production.
The world`s appetite for electronic devices - from simple household appliances to sophisticated computers - has led to rapid growth of both these industries. Typically for theelectronics industry, there are large waste gas streams (up to 400,000 Nm³/h) with relatively low concentrations of different solvents. The waste gases mainly occur in coating, cleaning and etching processes during the production of semiconductors, CDs/DVDs, Blue-ray discs,...
Fossil fuel, hydropower as well as nuclear energy continue to be the world`s predominant energy resources. Increasing efforts are being invested in the securing of new fonts of energy. Extensive industrial research opens a broad variety of new applications for air purification.
Quality of life and well-being are, more than ever, important issues for consumers. The `wellness` concept has changed the food industry: Today, all food manufacturers are committed to increasing the nutritional value of their products, while constantly improving the taste. Their innovations require continuously inventive solutions in air pollution control.
The pharmaceutical industry is one of the most important and growing industries worldwide. Personal well-being is becoming ever more important, and the accelerating ageing effect consequently gives rise to increased expenditure on pharmaceuticals and medicine.CTP air pollution control systems not only focus on pharmaceuticals and generics, but also on applications in medical supplies, ranging from bandages and associated materials to medical and plastic implants.
Since mankind`s early beginnings, mining, metallurgy and the subsequent processing of natural resources have evolved into one of the most significant industries. Known as `heavy-industry`, this branch plays an important economic role in most countries. The scope of applications for CTP systems ranges from the mining of natural resources (e.g. bauxite and gold-ore mining), through the production of acetylene gas from coal and calcium carbonate, to the aluminium and steel industry and their foundries.
Few industries attract the attention of the public as does the oil & gas industry with its related strategic products (basic materials for the chemical, pharmaceutical, varnish and cosmetics industries). The bringing of oil and gas from their original sources to the consumer, into their final forms, represents one of the most complex chains in the quest to add value to raw materials.
Due to the continuous rise in the waste volumes worldwide it is essential constantly to seek alternatives to landfills and waste incineration: one suitable approach is bio-mechanical waste treatment. Apart from waste management, applications for air purification systems in this field range from soil remediation to sewage sludge drying in waste water treatment, as well as to the recycling of resources and their possible re-introduction.
Wood is one of the world`s oldest and most important raw materials. Apart from applications in the furniture and building industry and related sectors, CTP systems are used for air purification in the production of lumber products such as plywood panels, fibre boards (particle boards, MDF, OSB) and compressed wooden parts.
Example: Packaging. Similar tasks: Coating, Automobile industry, paint production.Different production processes lead to decentralised ventilation of emission sources. These decentralised ventilations are consolidated within a central air pollution control system.