chlorinated emissions control Videos

  • Plasma Technology for waste treatemnt

    EST plasma systems operate at high temperatures to destruct solvents into water and carbon dioxide. They offer high destruction efficiencies and are ideal for use with most VOC applications. Eliminating halogenated solvents such as chlorinated, fluorinated, and brominated emissions with the highest possible destruction efficiencies ( greater than 99%) requires a unique combination of control ...


    By EST ecological systems

  • EST plasma technology

    EST plasma systems operate at high temperatures to destruct solvents into water and carbon dioxide. They offer high destruction efficiencies and are ideal for use with most VOC applications. Eliminating halogenated solvents such as chlorinated, fluorinated, and brominated emissions with the highest possible destruction efficiencies ( greater than 99%) requires a unique combination of control ...


    By EST ecological systems

  • Plasma unit

    EST plasma systems operate at high temperatures to destruct solvents into water and carbon dioxide. They offer high destruction efficiencies and are ideal for use with most VOC applications. Eliminating halogenated solvents such as chlorinated, fluorinated, and brominated emissions with the highest possible destruction efficiencies ( greater than 99%) requires a unique combination of control ...


    By EST ecological systems

  • IPCO Power Vapour Recovery RVRS (Tank Loading/Discharging) Video

    Air emissions that occur during the loading, discharging and storage of petrochemical liquids are called 'Volatile Organic Compounds' (VOC). Some of the VOC emissions from petrochemical are classified as toxic, carcinogenic or teratogenic. These emissions represent a significant contribution to air pollution especially in and around urban areas. Throughout the world legislative authorities are ...


    By IPCO Power B.V.

  • IPCO Power Vapour Recovery RVRS (Closed Loop Tank Degassing) Video

    PURGIT Refrigerated Vapour Recovery System (RVRS) Air emissions that occur during the loading, discharging and storage of petrochemical liquids are called 'Volatile Organic Compounds' (VOC). Some of the VOC emissions from petrochemical are classified as toxic, carcinogenic or teratogenic. These emissions represent a significant contribution to air pollution especially in and around urban areas. ...


    By IPCO Power B.V.

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