Case studies, news, and blog posts regarding VOC control systems, recent oxidizer projects, technologies, maintenance and support.
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Catalytic Products International (CPI) installed a Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) at a Northwest USA manufacturing facility for the abatement of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) emissions from a coating dryer.
Oct 11, 2023 11:05:13 AM
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May 31, 2023 9:59:32 AM
Catalytic Products International installed two (2) Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers (RTOs) at a Midwest pet food manufacturing facility for the abatement of odorous Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) generated during the palatant manufacturing process.
The TRITON III RTOs will destroy VOC and odorous emissions including methyl mercaptan, dimethyl disulfide, and hydrogen sulfide with +98% destruction rate efficiency (DRE) and a thermal energy recovery (TER) of +95%.
Apr 26, 2023 10:03:13 AM
Catalytic Products International (CPI) recently installed Direct Fired Thermal Oxidizer at a Western USA pharmaceutical manufacturer for the abatement of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).
Mar 8, 2023 9:58:58 AM
Feb 7, 2023 9:09:00 AM
An oxidizer is not something that business owners address by saying, “Let’s do the right thing for the environment and install an oxidizer!” In fact, the scenario is more likely to be “We need to increase productivity (always a good thing!), but that will put us over our annual emissions limits. Do we know what we will need? Where do we start? Who can help us?”
Jan 18, 2023 9:00:31 AM
Catalytic Products International (CPI) installed a 6,000 SCFM Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) at a Midwest USA flexographic printer for the abatement of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) from a central impression press.
Dec 1, 2022 2:15:51 PM
Fugitive emissions, in their simplest form, are the uncontrolled release of gases to the atmosphere. Each one of us may contribute fugitive emissions when we fill our automobile gas tanks. The displacement of air inside the gas tank causes gasoline vapor emissions (hydrocarbons) to exit out the fill spout (un-controlled) to the atmosphere. Some states require the use of "Vapor Recovery" nozzles which capture the vapor emissions, returning them to the underground gasoline tanks. The vapors then become liquid again, reducing the "loss" of gasoline, as well as removing hydrocarbons from the air, which means less air pollution.