FOR CLEAN FUTURE!
The demands for contemporary production are becoming continuously more stringent. The focus is increasingly shifting onto environmental and energy aspects – many of these measures are not only advantageous for the environment but also for producers.
Suitable smoke cleaning technology is used according to the regulations applicable on site and the smoke generator used.
Smoke cleaning by a condenser:
For chambers with a steam-smoke generator the waste-gas steam-smoke mixture can be washed by a condenser. The exhaust gas is passed through a water curtain generated by spray jets, which washes out the smoke constituents from the steam-smoke mixture. In this way any odour pollution into the environment can be completely avoided without the use of chemicals. The remaining gaseous component of total C is only a fraction – which also means significantly less impact on the environment.
Exhaust smoke cleaning by a thermal – catalytic after-burner:
The thermal – catalytic after-burner cleans the smoke by combustion. The cata- lytic converter supports and accelerates the chemical reaction. Due to the high-quality catalytic converter, coated with a precious metal alloy, temperatures of approx. 450°C are sufficient to clean the exhausted smoke. In addition, the reaction in the catalytic converter produces heat, which in turn reduces the energy required for heating.
Exhaust smoke cleaning by thermal after-burner:
The thermal after-burner is heated by means of an oil and gas-fired burner to approx. 700°C, in order to clean the waste air.
Several units can be connected to one thermal after-burner.