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    CPI Installs Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer at Aerospace Fastener Mfg

    Catalytic Products International (CPI) installed a new Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) for the abatement of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) at a Western USA manufacturer of precision fastening systems and components used in the aerospace industry.

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    Topics: VOC Emissions, Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer, Paint & Coatings, Emissions Capture, Fastener Coating, Installation


    Controlling Fugitive Emissions, Part 3: Temporary Total Enclosure

    Fugitive emissions are what we call the uncontrolled release of gases into the atmosphere. This is something that happens regularly; in fact, fugitive emissions can be released when we fill our cars' gas tanks. The air that is displaced inside a gas tank that is being filled causes hydrocarbons in the form of gasoline vapor emissions to exit from the fill spout into the atmosphere in an uncontrolled manner. Some states seek to limit these fugitive emissions by requiring gas stations to use "Vapor Recovery" nozzles which capture this vapor and return it to the gas station's underground gasoline tanks, reducing the "loss" of gasoline and creating less air pollution.  

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    Topics: Air Pollution Control, VOC Emissions, Blog, Emissions Capture


    Controlling Fugitive Emissions, Part 2: Permanent Total Enclosure

    Fugitive emissions are the uncontrolled release of gases into the atmosphere. This is something that occurs regularly; in fact, it often happens when we fill our cars' gas tanks. The air being displaced inside the gas tank when it is being filled causes gasoline vapor emissions (hydrocarbons) to exit into the atmosphere in an uncontrolled manner. However, some states do require the use of "Vapor Recovery" nozzles to capture these vapor emissions and return them to the gas station's underground gasoline tanks, where the vapors become liquid again, reducing the "loss" of gasoline and creating less air pollution. 

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    Topics: Air Pollution Control, VOC Emissions, Blog, Emissions Capture


    Controlling Fugitive Emissions, Part 1: Close Capture Hooding

    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. 

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    Topics: Air Pollution Control, VOC Emissions, Blog, Emissions Capture


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