Anguil’s portfolio of innovative, competitive solutions for this rapidly evolving industry provide guaranteed VOC destruction, reduced equipment footprint, and maximized production uptime and efficiency.
Maximize Your Production and Compliance. Complexity doesn’t scare us. Anguil’s team of experienced pollution experts can deliver a quality engineered solution that exceeds compliance requirements without stopping production.
Protect Your Quality Coating Reputation. Anguil’s Engineering expertise and flexible solutions guarantee VOC/HAP destruction efficiency and optimized performance so your plant can focus on quality coated products.
Maintain Production Schedules and Profit Margins. Metal decorators and packagers rely heavily on uptime to maintain profitability. Anguil’s engineering expertise and flexible solutions guarantee compliance and optimized performance so your plant can focus on production.
Achieving cost effective local regulatory compliance in the printing and converting industry requires a complete understanding of both regulatory standards and the printing process. Through experience, Anguil has developed unparalleled expertise in meeting your unique requirements. We understand the effects of water versus solvent-based inks on the line, elimination of odors and toxic fumes from dryers and oven tunnel exhausts, and the capture of fugitive emissions. Over 300 successful printing installations...
Ensure Worker Safety and Reduce Production Costs. Anguil’s engineering expertise and reliable environmental solutions can reduce the cost of manufacturing and keep pollutants from reaching workers or the community.
Where molded plastic parts or vinyl fabrics are produced, scrubbers are used to capture the sub-micron fumes produced in the heating process. Also, scrubbers are commonly used to treat metal treating off-gases for removal of acid gases and/or fine mists.
The semi-conductor, circuit board and electronics industry have multiple applications for air pollution control equipment from the control of cleaning solvents and acid gas to the capture of particulate matter.
The textile industry typically produces an oil mist haze that creates a visible plume from the stack. The haze comes from the oils, surfactants and chemicals used in the manufacturing process as well as from machinery oil. Many facilities employ a scrubber or an oxidizer to remove the haze.
The chemical industry is answering homeland security and EPA concerns for mass release of toxic, hazardous gasses by employing large stand alone, ever ready Emergency Vent Scrubbers employing integrated multi-stage scrubbing schemes. The Clean Group, LLC has several multimillion dollar EVS systems installed for HCl, Cl2, & TCS.
Grain handling and/or processing operations have the potential to release particulate that can be effectively removed with venturi scrubbers. Fermentation of corn to generate ethanol also releases fugitive emissions that can be scrubbed with counter current packed towers.
Waste incineration, such as sewage sludge, municipal solid waste and hazardous waste incineration are areas under particular scrutiny by regulators because of their multiple toxic pollutants. The Clean Air Group, LLC has been selected by several hazardous waste facilities to design and build integrated multiple pollutant air pollution control systems to replace existing scrubber systems to meet the new Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) standards. In several instances, only a scrubber was required, in...
The fundamental ingredient in concrete is portland cement. The cement manufacturing process requires a great deal of energy to heat the mixture of raw materials in a cement kiln. The main source of toxic emissions from a portland cement plant is the kiln. The treatment of kiln exhaust is similar to most incinerators processes. Scrubbers are the best choices for control of acid gases, fine particulate, heavy metals as well as dioxin and furans. The MACT II regulations, yet to be finalized, for cement kilns are...
The Clean Air Group, LLC has provided many scrubbers (venturi type, ejector type, packed towers) for the chemical plant area of refineries. These have treated pollutants such as elemental sulfur, maleic anhydride, pthalic anhydride, ethylene oxide, hydrogen sulfide, etc. Our venturi scrubbers can be effectively utilized to handle the off-gases from FCCUs. Other specialized applications (for instance using Stretford Solution in an Ejector scrubber for high efficiency H2S removal) are not unusual for Clean Air...
For processes where plastics are molded or extruded (as evidenced by a “hazy” exhaust plume at the stack) scrubbers are used to treat the sub-micron particulates and oil mists generated. Certain other processes (e.g. Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic equipment fabrication) emit VOCs that can be captured with absorption.