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    Voc Emissions Posts

    Oxidizer Maintenance Tips: Managing Condensates

    Why should you be concerned about condensate management in your paint booth, curing oven, exhaust blowers, ductwork, or pollution control device? The primary reasons for this concern is condensates can affect the quality of your product, affect the indoor air quality of your facility, ruin equipment, create safety concerns, and, lastly, affect your bottom line. Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) based condensation can and will catch on fire, both in your production line and at your pollution control device. That’s something will definitely ruin your day. For all these reasons, you need to be concerned -- very concerned.

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    Topics: Air Pollution Control, Maintenance and Repairs, VOC Emissions, Blog


    Building an Oxidizer, Part 3: Compliance Test Readiness

    Oxidizer_Installation_Timeline_Part_3.jpgOne question which we frequently receive is about the length of the process of building and installing an oxidizer. There are many factors which influence the oxidizer installation process, including the client’s procurement process and the complexity of the equipment and location of the site. In this series of blogs, we’ve been taking a look at a typical industrial process utilizing a standard thermal oxidizer, catalytic oxidizer, or regenerative thermal oxidizer. We’ve previously discussed the timelines for the client buying process and oxidizer delivery and installation. In this final blog, we’ll look at the timeline for compliance testing.

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    Topics: Air Pollution Control, VOC Emissions, Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer, Thermal Oxidizer, Blog, Installation


    Building an Oxidizer, Part 2: Delivery and Installation

    Oxidizer_Installation_Timeline_Part_2.jpgAt CPI, we are frequently asked about the length of time necessary to build and install an oxidizer. The answer to that question is complicated, depending on a variety of factors such as the client’s procurement process and the complexity of the equipment and location of the site. To help build understanding of the decisions that go into this process, we wanted to take a closer look at a typical industrial process utilizing a standard thermal oxidizer, catalytic oxidizer, or regenerative thermal oxidizer. In our first blog on this topic, we looked at the client buying process. Today, we’ll look at the timeline for oxidizer deliver and installation.

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    Topics: Air Pollution Control, VOC Emissions, Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer, Thermal Oxidizer, Blog, Installation


    What Is an EPA Title V Permit, and Do I Need One for My Oxidizer?

    EPA Title V - VOC abatement systems

    If you haven’t had a Title V permit, but one may be in your future, you may wonder what’s in store. In this post, we’ll take a look at the Title V permit program, which has been a feature of environmental regulation in the United States for over twenty years.

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    Topics: Air Pollution Control, VOC Emissions, Environmental and Regulatory, Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer, Thermal Oxidizer, Blog


    How Long Does it Take to Build an Oxidizer? Part 1

    Oxidizer_Installation_Timeline_Part_1.jpgOne of our most frequently asked questions is, “How long does it take to build an oxidizer?”  The answer depends on the client’s procurement process as well as the complexity of the equipment and location of the site. This series of blogs will focus on a typical industrial process utilizing a standard thermal oxidizer, catalytic oxidizer, or regenerative thermal oxidizer. Since this is a complicated topic, we wanted to separate it out into a few steps. In this first blog, we’ll look at the client buying process.

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    Topics: Air Pollution Control, VOC Emissions, Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer, Thermal Oxidizer, Blog


    CPI Installs Thermal Oxidizer for VOC Control of Engine Dynamometer Test Cells

    The worlds largest automotive manufacturer recently installed our QUADRANT SR-Series Thermal Oxidizer to destroy CO and VOC emissions from the exhaust generated by an engine dyno test cell facility. The test facility houses several engine, transmission, and chassis dynamometer’s for gasoline and diesel testing. The manufacturer demanded a system that would provide the highest uptime reliability and highest performance.

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    Topics: VOC Emissions, Thermal Oxidizer, Automotive Industry, Case Studies, Heat Exchanger, Installation, Engine Dyno Test Cell


    Landfill Waste Gas Abatement

    For nearly 45 years Catalytic Products International has designed and manufactured specialized oxidation systems for use in controlling process-related VOC emissions.

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    Topics: VOC Emissions, Thermal Oxidizer, Landfill, Case Studies, Renewable Fuel


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