Pilot plants for exhaust air purification
Inventory and measurement campaigns
At the beginning of every project for an exhaust air purification system is the inventory.
- Which process does the exhaust air come from?
- What is the volume flow?
- What pollutants are contained in the exhaust air?
- What is the concentration of pollutants?
These and many other questions are the basis for the selection of the appropriate treatment method and the design of the exhaust air purification system. Depending on the type and concentration of pollutants, the use of classic activated carbon filters, UV photo-oxidation, catalytic oxidation (KatOx), regenerative thermal oxidation (RTO), or the innovative process of non-thermal plasma (NTP) is recommended.
With our pilot plants and through cooperation with accredited laboratories, we offer measurement campaigns of exhaust air for testing for organic components such as VOC, inorganic pollutants such as H2S, or odors.
The pilot tests can be carried out both with synthetically generated exhaust air in our laboratory and at the customer's site. The results provide important information for the design of large-scale technical systems.
In a detailed report, we will explain the results to you by video conference or at your location and compare the advantages and disadvantages of suitable methods.
In this way, you will receive an objective basis for decision-making with information on investment costs (Capex) and operating costs (Opex), which will allow you to choose the optimal process for your requirements.
If you are interested in a pilot test or a measurement campaign to investigate VOCs or odors, please contact Mr. Münz.