ASK Piearcey


Industrial VOC Abatement
May 26, 2011, 12:40 pm
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Industrial VOC Abatement

ASK Piearcey designed a range of split bed rect-annular carbon adsorbers for the adsorption of methyl chloride on a coating process.

The equipment was manufactured to our designs by EIS Ltd

ASK Piearcey were asked to investigate the possible release of VOCs from a printing process. Smoke testing and flow measurement from ASK Piearcey demonstrated clearly that there were no fugitive emissions from the process. By investigating the prime VOC sources in the process ASKP Ltd were able to advise the client regarding minor extract philosophy changes to improve stack emissions, which were found to be compliant

VOC Abatement

VOC Abatement

ASK Piearcey were asked to provide designs for movable carbon adsorbers to assist in the removal of VOCS from combined vent and breather sources, some of which ere already treated via a scrubber. Modifications to the scrubber operation involving re-use of another waste water stream improved the scrubber performance and hence allowed for an improvement in design carbon bed life. The units are due to replace existing static adsorbers and will provide for easier carbon change and reduction in on site, associated hazards.

The project was under taken with Transvac Ltd who built the original scrubber.

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