Oxidation

Regenerative Thermal Oxidation (RTO)

RTO system for the optimal abatement of all organic pollutants such as VOC
The waste gas is directed through ceramic heat exchangers into the oxidation system where harmful compounds are oxidized without residue by regenerative thermal oxidation. The hot clean gas releases thermal energy as it passes through the ceramic heat exchanger beds. This energy is recovered and used further in the process resulting in reduced auxiliary fuel requirements and lower operating costs.

The following systems are available:

 
Direct Thermal Oxidation (TO)
 

TO system for the removal of explosive pollutant compositions
Several waste gas streams, liquid or gaseous, with concentrations from lean to explosive are injected directly into the combustion chamber and oxidized by direct thermal oxidation. The combustion chamber can be combined with a scrubber unit and a DeNOx system. The purified gas can be directed to downstream heat recovery.

Recuperative Catalytic Oxidation (CO)

Defined pollutant compositions in low or high concentrations
Waste gases are heated in the presence of special CTP oxidation catalysts which are responsible for the high cleaning efficiency and outstanding cost-effectiveness of the RecuKAT.


Regenerative Catalytic Oxidation (RCO)

Defined pollutant compositions in low concentrations
Regenerative catalytic oxidation combines the low reaction temperature achievable with catalysts and the outstanding thermal efficiency of regenerative thermal oxidation (RTO).