Features of thermal and catalytic oxidizers
The systems come in various sizes and may have some different features based on the model and the manufacturer. However, most will include a heat exchanger, a burner, control system, catalyst, and an enclosure. Some of the systems are ready for installation right away, while others may need to have some assembly. This is typically the case with some of the larger units. Installation tends to be very easy and should not take much time.
How thermal and catalytic oxidizers work
The thermal oxidizers will generally utilize high temperatures somewhere between 1350 and 2000 degrees Fahrenheit in order to reach oxidation. The catalytic oxidizers are capable of reaching oxidation at lower temperatures (between 600 and 900 degrees Fahrenheit) by adding a catalyzing agent.
About thermal and catalytic oxidizers
Using a thermal and catalytic oxidizer can help companies that utilize any type of process heating in their regular activities to reduce their industrial exhaust emissions greatly. In some cases, they are able to reduce this by as much as 99%, and they can do this by using the heat they are generating from their processes. The thermal and catalytic oxidizers can recycle heat that already exists to reduce emissions as well as costs. There will be no solid or liquid waste disposal needed when using this system, and installation is relatively easy.
Thermal and Catalytic Oxidizer Applications
- Chemical industry
- Automotive painting
- Plastics industry
- Meat processing
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