Discover common industrial pollutants and the most suitable air abatement technologies for them.

You may know what pollutant you need to abate, but are you familiar with the most effective control technologies available for your process? Our solutions are tailored to your unique operating conditions and production needs – we work to fully understand your process and emission control requirements so that you can make a purchase that is long-lasting and reliable.

Click your pollutant below to understand the best-suited air pollution control options for it.

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Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs)

Through the Clean Air Act (CAA), federal, state, and local governments regulate the emissions of 188 toxic air pollutants. To safeguard your manufacturing operations, your facilities must meet the control standards for HAPs in your process.

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Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

With high vapor pressure and low water solubility, these compounds can experience evaporation under normal indoor atmospheric conditions of temperature and pressure. When left untreated, VOCs compromise air and water quality and lead to harmful health effects on humans and ecosystems.

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Emissions with Undesirable Odors

Although complicated to regulate, emissions with odiferous compounds can negatively impact your operations if they are not mitigated.

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Particulate Matter (PM)

Also called particle pollution, PM is the mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air. PM is classified into two categories, PM2.5 and PM10. Often found in industrial processes, these particles are only detectable using an electron microscope and are regulated by the EPA.

Capable of Handling Many Pollutants Through our Broad Range of Technology

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