Exhaust Air Purification Based on Incineration Systems
Advanced, incineration-based exhaust air purification for use in solvent treatment processes
The concentration of solvent vapors in exhaust air is especially high at companies in the paint and coating industry. But organic solvents are also widely used in many other industries, whether as a component of printing inks, other coating media, brake or friction pads, or in the production of pharmaceutical products and base chemicals. Incineration systems offer the best option for purifying polluted exhaust air. This technology is used to fully purify process-related exhaust air flows at extremely high temperatures without leaving any residue behind. Filter technology for pre-separation of overspray dust, for example, can also be used for incineration. In addition, an efficient solution can be offered in connection with adsorption systems (concentration rotors), even with low solvent concentrations, or in connection with heat recovery systems.
Incineration systems for cleaner air by Venjakob Umwelttechnik
For decades now, users have placed their trust in the reliable and efficient technology of Venjakob Umwelttechnik incineration systems.
Where other technologies reach their limits, the thermal oxidizer provided by our Venjakob Umwelttechnik company is still reliable, particularly when it comes to highly fluctuating operating conditions or treating exhaust air containing particles or silicon.
Regenerative thermal oxidizers
This method of residue-free removal of volatile organic compounds (VOC) from exhaust air really comes into its own in complex applications such as painting and coating processes and a variety of printing processes.
The catalytic oxidizer provided by our Venjakob Umwelttechnik company has proven its worth, especially for smaller special applications. This system has also shown itself to be remarkably efficient for identified, consistent pollutants in particular.
Feel free to get in touch with one of our experienced contacts if you’d like to learn more about our options for removing organic solvents. Your contact person