Catalytic Oxidizers (CATOX)

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Catalytic Oxidizers (CATOX) Air Pollution Control Equipment GCES Air Pollution Control Equipment and Systems

Catalytic Oxidizers (CATOX)

Catalytic oxidation occurs through a chemical reaction between the VOC hydrocarbon molecules and a precious or base metal catalyst bed that is internal to the oxidizer system.  A catalyst is a substance that is used to accelerate the rate of a chemical reaction, allowing the reaction to occur in a normal temperature range of 550°F – 650°F (275ºC to 350ºC).  Our line of Catalytic Oxidizers includes options for air pollution treatment at a range of temperatures custom designed to treat an assortment of VOCs.

Catalytic Recuperative Oxidizers

A Catalytic Recuperative Oxidizer is a type of Oxidizer that is proficient at destroying volatile organic compounds (VOCs), odorous compounds and other air pollutants. Our Catalytic Recuperative Thermal Oxidizer processes gas that is heated and pushed (or pulled) into a heat exchanger towards the combustion chamber. The gas that is being processed is heated to the catalyst operating temperature at the burner. As this heated gas passes through the catalyst the heat releasing action takes place and the pollutants are converted to heat (which can be recovered), water vapor, and carbon dioxide.

Regenerative Catalytic Oxidizers (RCO)

The Regenerative Catalytic Oxidizer is the perfect combination for low operating cost VOC oxidation technology for occurrences and applications where a very low VOC concentration is available. The low operating temperatures of the catalytic oxidizer combined with the heat recovery characterizes of a Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) makes the RCO a great option for many low VOC conditions.



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