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Emission control systems can convert these contaminants into water vapor and carbon dioxide which may be safely released into the environment or recirculated.Read More…

Emission Control Systems Emission control systems are devices that monitor and diminish harmful byproducts of combustion and other processes that, without these systems in place, would be released into the atmosphere. Industrial processes, such as combustion, emit unburned hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide and oxides of nitrogen and sulfur among other harmful pollutants.
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Milwaukee, WI  |  800-488-0230

Anguil Environmental provides highly-engineered, environmental equipment and service solutions that help clients solve complex industrial air pollution control and wastewater treatment challenges across the globe. Anguil air pollution control systems include thermal and catalytic oxidation technologies for compliance with VOC, HAP and odor regulations.

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Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc. $$$

De Pere, WI  |  920-336-5715

Dürr Megtec provides customized systems for: regulatory compliance; improvement in working environment and in neighbor relations by reducing odor from industrial processes and helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and process energy management.

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Dürr Systems, Inc. $$$

Parsippany, NJ  |  973-947-8787

The Clean Air Group is recognized as a leader in the development of air pollution control technologies. Our line of products includes wet scrubbers, gas absorbers, particulate control devices, and more. All of our equipment is designed to achieve 99.99% efficiency, zero plume, and clean water discharge for almost any hazardous air pollutant. Whether your industry is chemical processing, textile, medical, aerospace, or agricultural, we have the expertise to solve the toughest pollution problems.

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CR Clean Air Group $$$

Menomonie, WI  |  715-233-6115

Intellishare specializes in oxidation technology for remediation. Our products vary in different types of oxidizers, accelerators, and catalysts. We at Intellishare have over 60 years of experience in engineering and manufacturing environmentally helpful products. Contact us today!

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Intellishare Environmental Inc. $$$

Forest City, NC  |  828-245-9836

At KCH Engineered Systems, we pride ourselves as a leading provider of air pollution control systems. We also offer chemical mist eliminators, vertical mist eliminators, odor control systems and more. Our staff has decades of experience and technical knowledge as industry professionals. Expect quality products and outstanding service when you choose KCH.

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KCH Engineered Systems $$$

Buffalo, NY  |  877-368-3539

Our air pollution control devices serve in many industries such as welding, laboratory work and industrial as well as a broad variety of others. Our skilled technical staff will work side by side with you in order to come up with a product that will fit your exact specifications as well as provide you with a long lasting value! To learn more about what we may do for you; get in touch with us today!

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Enviroflex International Inc. $$$

Corunna, MI  |  800-295-6583

For over 25 years we at Advanced Air Technologies Inc. have been manufacturing a complete line of air solution systems for industrial applications. We supply our customers with air scrubbers that address the hazards that can come with air pollution. Contact us today!

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Advanced Air Technologies, Inc. $$$
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Particulate and gaseous emissions pose a threat to cardiovascular and lung health in humans and animals. This pollution can also have serious environmental repercussions as they increase ozone depletion. Regulatory agencies, such as the EPA have placed strict limitations on acceptable emission levels or amount of pollutants that can be released into the environment. In order to comply, many industries are now using emission control systems. Automotive, pharmaceutical, medical, microelectronic, bio-safe labs, and aerospace industries are just a few who employ these systems to decrease harmful byproducts.

While the EPA sets a strict standard, state law dictating acceptable emissions varies. Many facilities employ continuous emissions monitoring systems to aid in the control and monitoring of harmful discharges for easy reporting to federal and state supervisory committees.
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A variety of systems for managing emissions from different sources have been developed. VOC abatement systems are popular as are air filtration systems. Industrial emission control often entails the installation of large equipment, though it is not necessarily complex. Wet scrubbers and air scrubbers involve the installation of pools or streams which attract and remove particulates from the air as do many other air filtration systems. Both catalytic and thermal oxidizers are used to break down pollutants and purify the air by heating the materials to extreme temperatures. Those systems using incendiary temperatures often use heat recovery systems to help offset the cost of operations. Contaminants caught by mist collectors and other such devices may also be recycled for reuse. In this way, the air pollution control industry benefits not only the environment and safety of workers but often the company as well. The type and level of emission control system required in each setting depends largely on the quantity and specific composition of an air stream. Systems may be as small as an automotive catalytic converter or a massive scrubber atop a smokestack. Early emissions control systems were simply add-on components that solved a particular emission need. While add-ons are still used today, products and factories often have built in emission control systems that have become a significant part of the combustion and manufacturing process.

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