News | August 4, 2010

Flameless NOx-Free Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers With 97% Primary Energy Recovery For Ultra Low Energy Usage

Source: Adwest Technologies, Inc.

Adwest Technologies, Inc. announces 97% primary energy recovery for ultra low RTO energy usage on low solvent inlet loading VOC and odor abatement processes. Adwest's FLAMELESS operation RETOX Dual Chamber Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) systems provide proven 99% VOC Abatement with a low pressure drop dual chamber ceramic heat exchanger rated up to 97% effective primary heat recovery for extremely low system energy and operation costs. Flameless NOx-Free (no nitrous oxide byproducts) RETOX RTO units are provided in compact, skid mounted, prepiped and wired modules which are available from 1,000 to 80,000 Cfm flowrates.. Adwest's internal Anaheim, CA RTO shop assembly provides industry with lower cost, rapid field installation at client's facilities for expedited VOC compliance schedules..

Adwest's unique FLAMELESS NOx-Free RETOX RTO operation provides 40-65% less natural gas usage compared to traditional burner and combustion air blower RTO operation. Flameless RTO operation does not generate any Nitrous Oxide (NOx) byproducts during the VOC combustion and oxidation process which provides a NOx-Free minimal carbon footprint.

About Adwest Technologies, Inc.
Adwest Technologies, Inc. is a specialized and focused Regenerative Thermal oxidizer supplier headquartered in Anaheim, CA with over 800 Flameless operation RETOX RTO systems installed since 1988. Adwest's wide range of successful VOC control applications include flexible packaging, bakery oven and food processing, web converting, paint finishing, spray coating, aerospace coating, oil & gas processing, amine stripping, biofuels, soil remediation, composites, fiberglass and chemical processing manufacturing. Adwest has extensive RTO oxidizer design and application experience on corrosive acid gas process streams. Custom acid gas scrubber options can also be supplied by Adwest Technologies for halogenated applications.

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SOURCE: Adwest Technologies, Inc.