Anguil`s engineering expertise has led to numerous successful air pollution control and emission control installations in the automotive manufacturing industry. From painting vehicles to engine test stations and tire manufacturing, we have supplied oxidizers and heat recovery systems to both tier 1 and tier 2 automotive plants.
In addition to tightened government regulations, paint manufacturers and paint booth owners face several unique challenges when controlling their emissions. These challenges include airflow reduction, fugitive emissions, particulate control and reducing operating costs.
At sea and in costal climates, the battle against unwanted moisture is endless. A maritime environment can be very damaging to cargo and to ships’ installations. Moisture and salt will cause severe corrosion, and issues like condensation will also be very common.
based in Amesbury, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).
When automobiles are manufactured, each vehicle is painted by spraying a mist (paint mist) onto the car body and other parts. This process is referred to as the paint booth, and it ensures the beautiful finishing of car bodies and components and rust proofing. The excess paint that does not to cling to the car body and parts in the paint booth falls to the floor and is collected by water. This water is used as recycling water after removing the paint with water treatment chemicals.
Spray booths in automotive, golf ball, and parts applications generally require particle control from over-spray as well as VOC control. Wet scrubbers are effective in controlling the droplets and protecting the down-stream thermal oxidizers from fouling with the non-combustible inorganic pigments.
Environmental control is easier said than done when you’re manufacturing alternative energy solutions. Humidity, temperature fluctuations, and dust can corrode your copper solar panel or battery components. Metal finishing, coating, or painting containment is a daunting task when working with behemoth turbine bases and blades. But, how do you isolate your critical processes in a controlled clean air environment without breaking your material handling budget? The answer is a flexible indoor air filtration...
Whether you call it lean manufacturing or Just-in-Time (JIT) manufacturing, eliminating waste isn’t a new concept for bottom-line minded manufacturers. But, it isn’t easy to reduce operating costs while creating more value for your customers. This is especially the case for welding, sanding, painting, or other processes that produce harmful air contaminants and create production bottlenecks for larger construction projects. What if you had a portable, clean air solution to protect your employees from...
You already know there’s no such thing as simple one-piece flow when it comes to boat building and repair. Larger pieces must be built in place and smaller subsystems, pipelines, and foundations are usually brought to the site. For smaller crafts, hulls and decks must be moved between workstations, usually via overhead cranes.
Whether you’re cutting, welding, coating, grinding, or sanding, every metal fabrication task produces dust and fumes that can threaten your employees’ safety, derail productivity, increase maintenance costs, and place you in directly in the EPA’s crosshairs. Oil mist and dust particles can settle into every crack and crevice of your machinery, electronics, and cooling fans, eventually causing equipment failure and downtime. Who has the time and resources to redesign an entire facility around a...
From alternating between initial paint sprays and repairs with finishing and coating applications, you’re too busy to worry if your shop floor air is OSHA or EPA compliant. You want to protect your employees against sanding dust and spray fumes, but facility-wide HVAC systems can suck the air out of your bottom line. What if you had a cost-effective, clean air solution that could protect your employees from airborne hazards and even speed up drying times for a more efficient work flow?
Do you require painting or coating applications as part of the manufacturing or service process in your workplace? Industrial painting & coating are known to produce dangerous by-products such as VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and dust. Proper ventilation and filtration is a must, as working in close proximity to the fumes and particles created by the painting and coating process cause devastating health effects.
It is known that 100% of the solvents contained in paints are released into the atmosphere when paint is applied and then dried. In addition, when paint is applied in a paint spray booth, about 30%of the sprayed paint is released into ambient air.
In hot gas generators, process air is heated under high pressure. Process air is divided into two partial flows, sent as primary air through the burner and conveyed as secondary air directly into the combustion chamber. By mixing the two flows, the process air is brought to the desired temperature.
For many years, materials containing isocyanate have been the single biggest cause of occupational asthma in the UK. Vehicle paint sprayers are 80 times more likely to develop occupational asthma than workers in other industries. This is caused by the inhalation of the fine paint mist that is generated when paint spraying. There is a requirement for the measurement and display of `clearance times` for spray booths / rooms set by the HSE and the Motor Vehicle Repair (MVR) to meet the requirements of Control of...
HS PROTECT – BOOTH PROTECTION Designed to protect spray cabin walls and floors against accumulated deposits of paint and over spray.
° Build up of paint and over spray can reduce the lighting that is crucial for quality painting.
° Repeated washing wit
Flammable & combustible liquids are found in virtually every industrial plant. The quantities of these can vary from a few ounces in aerosol cans to several thousand gallons in bulk storage tanks. The principal hazard associated with storage is the accidental discharge or release of the flammable or combustible material into the surrounding area.
A Single Solution To Manage Composite Odors: Many resins used in the composite industry emit styrene vapors which are considered hazardous in high concentrations and whose odor is an unpleasant nuisance. This gas is categorized as a volatile organic compound (VOC) and listed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) as a Hazardous Air Pollutant (HAP). Styrene is considered highly reactive in the atmosphere and may contribute to smog formation and the production of secondary air pollutants.
Our company Honeycombs Ceramics B.V. supports installations used for RTO (Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer). These gas (waste) installations use ceramic beds of blocks to cool released hot gasses. This is one of the most important processes within the installation. Honeycombs Ceramics B.V. is established in Europe and China. This global connection makes us unique, it takes one contact to make RTO business a low-cost and durable business. Our lines are short, we are always available, and both countries have sales...
Pipelines, large fuel storage tanks, transformer pads and countless power generating systems have been decontaminated and prepared for a fresh coat of paint in one step! There is no costly containment to setup before starting the job or additional cleanup after it’s done, because our shrouded power tools capture dust before it’s emitted. Our powerful HEPA vacuum deposits hazardous waste directly into a 55-gallon drum, safely sealed and ready for transport when full.
By Pentek Inc.
based in Coraopolis, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).
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