Glosfume Ceramic filters are exceptionally compact allowing them to be utlised in the most restricted of sites. Our standard range includes three models HTMC256, HTMC400 and HTMC600 rated at 3,150 - 5,000 and 7,200Am3/hr respectively. They all operate at up to 400°C with the ability to reduce particulates below 3mg/Nm3.
This HTMC range offers:
- Continuous filtration at up to 400°C
- CFD modelled to offer high effciency dry scrubbing
- Available with off line cleaning
- Pod system allows off line maintenance
- Small foot print falls in line with UK planning height restrictions
- Pods are delivered fully assembled including filtration media
- Design allows quick installation
- Modular system can be easily expanded
- In multiples of 1 to 32 pods
Custom built filters can be designed to provide:
- Filter bodies to operate above 400°C
- Filter bodies to operate under vacuum or pressure
- Elevated trace heating
- Process pilot filters trials
- Filter bodies from one element to 160
- Alternative materials of construction
Dry scrubbing: feeders are available to inject sodium bicarbonate, activated carbon or urea which can be:
- Relayed to stack monitoring to optimise injection rates
- Rated at 50 to 1000kg or connected to free standing silo
Services we can offer:
- Contract servicing
- Mechanical installation
- Technical support
- 2 year parts and labour guarantee (new installations)
- Ceramic elements to OEM’s
Glosfume is now looking for companies outside Europe to manufacture our technology under licence . This is more suited to companies that already have experience in reverse jet air filtration. We offer a package that includes complete CAD engineering drawings for all models mentioned above.
How it all works:
- The Element (1) hangs vertically from header plate (2) within the filter vessel. The header plate separates the filter's clean and dirty compartments.
- Hot Gas is drawn through the filter medium (3) from outside to inside.
- Particulates and dry scrubbing sorbents are collected on the outer surface (4) of each filter element. These consist of the PM10, PM 2.5 size ranges; these agglomerate.
- The particles are removed from the element by reverse jet cleaning (5). This reversal causes the accumulated solids to be detached from the outer surface of the ceramic filter elements.
- The particulates and spent dry-scrubbing sorbents are discharged through the hopper outlet (6) for collection and disposal.
- The filter body can be protected with insulation (7) and trace heated (8) to prevent the formation of the condensation when the equipment is not in use.
- Incoming gas stream (9) and sorbent (if required).
- Outgoing cleansed gas stream (10)
- Injection point for activated carbon and/or sodium bicarbonate.