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Selecting the proper vapor combustion device for VOC and HAP abatement 

Oct 23 2013 Read 1608 Times

When faced with emission control regulations, equipment purchases should be based on destruction requirements, efficiency needs, and process parameters. All too often, system manufacturers recommend the improper abatement technology because they do not offer the best available control technology for the specific application. 

Anguil designs and manufactures all of the various vapor and emission control systems. This ensures an unbiased equipment selection and design for each specific application. Our complete breadth of air pollution control technologies include Vapor Combustors, Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers (RTOs and RCOs) as well as Direct-Fired, Catalytic and Recuperative systems for the destruction of VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) and HAPs (Hazardous Air Pollutants). By evaluating each technology for a given application we are able to help our customers make an informed decision based on their abatement needs.

All Anguil systems are guaranteed to meet or exceed regulatory requirements and most are capable of greater than 99% destruction efficiency with very low operating costs. Our turnkey solutions also include concentrator systems for applications with low emission loading, scrubbers for acid gas control needs and heat recovery systems when excess oxidizer energy can be used in other parts of the facility.

We also service each oxidizer technology, regardless of original equipment manufacturer. From general services like spare parts and yearly maintenance to major retrofits and upgrades, we offer the most complete selection of post-installation services in the industry.

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