Catalytic Oxidizers are a good control option in applications that have consistent Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's). By using a catalyst bed in the air treatment equipment, oxidation is accomplished at much lower temperatures compared to thermal oxidation. A catalytic oxidizer operating 370 to 480 °C (700 to 900 °F) range can achieve the same efficiency as a thermal oxidizer operating between 700 and 820 °C (1300 and 1500 °F) which can result in fuel savings of 40 - 60%.
When to use a catalytic oxidizer?
A Catalytic Oxidizer may not be appropriate for treating air which contains particulates as they may coat the surface of the catalyst in effect masking it and preventing the VOC's from chemically reacting. Certain materials may chemically react with the components contained in the catalyst. This reaction can consume the active sites and permanently damage the catalyst. Some of the more common industrial applications include painting & printing operations, coating and laminating. Take a look at Pollution Systems' thermal oxidizers if you think that a catalytic oxidizer isn't what you're looking for.
Pollution Systems can evaluate your control requirements and if appropriate provide you with a new catalytic oxidizer specifically designed for your process application. The systems we offer combine high quality designs and construction while focusing on reliability and ease of operation.
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