FEC - Rotary Concentrator Systems
Concentrator systems utilize adsorption technology to remove low levels of organic molecules from process exhaust streams. Once captured on the adsorbent (activated carbon or zeolite) the media is reconditioned with a hot gas or air to remove the organics for further treatment/ destruction. The final destruction of the organics is accomplished via thermal oxidation. This combination of technologies provides the most cost effective solution for treatment of large airflow applications with low levels of organic emissions.
Fusion Environmental Corporation's (FEC's) Phoenix Series Fixed Bed Concentrator systems are provided to meet our client's abatement requirements for batch type operations. Our fixed bed concentrator systems employ activated carbon for adsorption of organic contaminants and are typically employed in paint booth applications, coating applications, and pharmaceutical production where the flowrates can range from 15,000 cfm to 30,000 cfm.
Once the activated carbon has concentrated the emissions, thermal oxidation technology is used to regenerate/remove the contaminants from the carbon and simultaneously destroy them in a cost effective manner.
FEC's Pegasus Series of Rotary Concentrators are used in large air flow applications where continuous operation is required. The Pegasus Series utilizes our proprietary blend of zeolite adsorbents to achieve high removal efficiencies across a spectrum of organic contaminants. Our rotary concentrator systems are typically employed in larger airflow applications including, automotive paint applications, semiconductor manufacturing, coating applications, and printing press applications where flowrates can range from 15,000 cfm to as high as 300,000 cfm.
- Low pressure drops to reduce power usage
- Modular design allowing for expansion in the future
- Lowest overall operating costs for large airflow applications
- Small footprint
- Minimal moving parts to minimize maintenance costs
- Overall removal efficiencies of greater than 95 wt%