Animal Feed processors need to control both dust and odor pollution resulting from their manufacturing processes. During the grinding and drying process, dust particles can be introduced into the exhaust stream. In addition, the odors generated during processing need to be neutralized. Pollution Systems offers solutions to remove the odor and any particulate from the exhaust stream. Concerned about Odor Control? Read our Odor Control Case Study
Agricultural Processing Facility
Types of Pollution Systems for the Animal Feed Industry
- Recuperative Oxidizers use combustion to neutralize odors in exhaust that contains a high level of particulates or Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). They provide low maintenance, energy-efficient odor control, with over 99% destruction rates.
- Particulate/Venturi Scrubbers are effective for removing dust and other particulates that are generated during processing or drying of the animal feed. The particulate is entrained in liquid droplets, which are then separated from the gas stream, removing them from the exhaust. With collection efficiencies in excess of 99%, a clean exhaust stream is released into the atmosphere.
Oxidizer and Scrubber Systems Tailored to Achieve YOUR Goals
Our engineering staff will work closely with you to design an energy-efficient, reliable and long-lasting emissions control system for your Feed Processing applications. Our expert staff has designed and manufactured oxidizers and scrubbers for Feed Processing plants and has the skills and experience to design an efficient, cost-effective solution for your application.
Buying equipment from Pollution Systems is only the beginning, not the end. We design and build the systems and provide technical support throughout the life of the equipment. We also offer short, medium and long-term Rentals of our Thermal Oxidizers for industrial processing during the installation of new equipment, for extra waste processing during remediation, or for running pilot studies prior to purchase.
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