Carbon Fiber & Composites Pollution Control
Carbon Fiber: Furnace & Oven Emission Control
To treat the higher concentration exhaust stream coming from the carbon fiber furnaces, Anguil designed a specialized multi-zone DFTO where total emission destruction efficiencies are over 99% with minimal NOX generation.
Carbon Fiber: Oven Emission Control Strategies
Carbon fiber (fibre) and graphite reinforced polymer manufacturing can have serious environmental ramifications if careful consideration is not given to emission control at the production phase of these materials.
Fiberglass Polymer Emissions: RTO Control Technology
A producer and supplier of corrosion resistant piping systems was looking to improve the reliability and lower operating expenses of an existing air pollution control system at their facility.
Wind Turbine Manufacturer Implements Clean Air Initiative
When you think about generating electricity from wind, clean energy comes to mind. However, the wind turbine production process can be a major source of air pollution without the proper controls in place.
Styrene Emissions: Catalytic Oxidizer With Concentrator
The world's largest button manufacturer needed a pollution control system for styrene emissions from a variety of plant processes. The plant was proactively seeking a cost-effective solution to preempt future regulatory action.
Anguil is intimately familiar with the emission capture, control and compliance hurdles that composite and carbon fiber producers face.
We specifically address the needs of our carbon fiber customers with proprietary oxidizer designs for furnace and oven emissions. Our systems were recognized for energy efficient operation and destruction capabilities by the U.S. Federal Government at their Oak Ridge National Laboratories (ORNL) as well as the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom. Anguil continues to help producers drive down energy consumption and emission output through our participation in The Beacon, an initiative at the forefront of green manufacturing practices for fiber production.
On composite applications, firms continue to battle emission levels by lowering styrene content in the resins they utilize. However, since styrene content affects product quality, fabricators are often limited in the extent to which they can utilize this method. Other methods such as styrene suppressants and controlled spraying are often examined. Anguil will make recommendations about airflow and styrene reduction strategies to make certain you are properly calculating your emissions.
The result will be air volume reduction and higher capture efficiency requiring a smaller oxidizer with lower operating costs. Once minimum air volumes are determined, Anguil can select the appropriate oxidation technology. In addition, if a 100% Permanent Total Enclosure (PTE) is installed, expensive VOC capture tests can be avoided. In the event that an extremely low VOC concentration condition exists, Anguil offers rotor concentrators that can be integrated with our oxidizers or retrofitted to your current abatement system for the realization of further efficiencies. Anguil's unsurpassed experience in both emission capture and airflow reduction allows us to become the perfect industry partner. Because pollution control equipment is sized and costed based on the volume of treated air, Anguil's emissions experience is crucial.
Trust Anguil to design the most cost-effective solution for your specific process.