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    Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) View Video

    This video shows what a completely assembled Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) looks like. The Anguil RTO destroys Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs), Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and odorous emissions that are often discharged from industrial processes. The RTO achieves emission destruction through the process of high temperature thermal or catalytic oxidation, converting the pollutants to ...

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    Emission Concentrator Tour Video

    This video gives viewers an inside look at a rotor concentrator cassette. Emission concentrators are often put upstream of a thermal or catalytic oxidizer to reduce the workload and operating costs of an abatement device. They concentrate large volume, low concentration process exhaust into a much smaller, highly concentrated air ...

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    Anguil Environmental Corporate Video

    Anguil Environmental is a manufacturer of air pollution control and energy recovery systems for industrial clients all over the globe. This video highlights our manufacturing capabilities, company background, service experience and more. Viewers will see how Anguil designs, manufactures, services and installs our thermal and catalytic oxidizers, emission concentrators and energy recovery ...

  • Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) - How it Works

    Industrial manufacturers and processing companies regularly utilize a control device known as a thermal oxidizer to combat air pollution, create a “cleaner” footprint and ensure EPA compliance. A Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer, also known as an RTO, is the most common thermal oxidizer and offers significant operational cost savings due to the regenerative nature of the heat exchanger ...

  • Heat Recovery on a 8500 SCFM Catalytic Oxidizer Video

    Energy Recovery Systems from The CMM Group can be incorporated into new air pollution control systems (APCS) (or other high temperature emitting devices) or be retrofit or added to an existing process. Energy recovery systems utilize the 100°C (212°F) to 815°C (1,500°F) of heat energy (depending on the heat emitting technology in use) that would normally be exhausted directly into the atmosphere. ...


    By The CMM Group, LLC

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