Articles & Whitepapers
Thermal desorption is a powerful technique used in various fields, including environmental science, analytical chemistry, and material science. It involves the process of heating a material to release volatile compounds or contaminants absorbed within it. This technique is widely employed for the analysis, remediation, and purification of solids, liquids, and gases. In this comprehensive guide, ...
The thermal desorption unit is a versatile technology designed to treat various types of oily hazardous waste, effectively mitigating environmental risks and ensuring regulatory compliance. ...
What is Benzene? Benzene, a hydrocarbon with a chemical formula of C6H6 and a captivating hexagonal ring structure. Boasting a colourless liquid state and a sweet aroma, benzene has long been recognised for its unique aromatic ...
Equipment & Solutions
The Anguil Emission Concentrator is an adsorption system designed to concentrate large volume, low concentration process exhaust into a much smaller, higher concentrated air stream. The greatly reduced flow with higher Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) concentration is sent to a thermal or catalytic oxidizer for VOC destruction. The destruction device can then be much smaller in size, significantly ...
Web Seminar: Bioethanol – Challenges and Solutions for Monitoring of Trace Metals, Sulfur, Chlorine, and Nitrogen along the Value Chain
Over the past decade, bioethanol production has more than doubled due to increasing demand from the transportation sector. The production of bioethanol from renewable raw materials has great potential to reduce carbon emissions in the transportation sector. When used as a fuel, ethanol undergoes the same stringent controls for sulfur and trace metals as fossil fuels. Analysis standards and ...