Media handled Gases
Hazardous waste
Type Catalytic oxidisers
Heat recovery Recuperative
 
 

The Econabator catalytic oxidiser offers a proven technology to meet today’s stringent air emission standards. It will treat air streams containing volatile organic compounds (VOC) and hazardous air pollutants (HAP).

The central feature of the system is the fluidised bed. The non-precious metal oxide catalyst is in pellet form, which is lightly fluidised when in normal use. During fluidisation there is slight attrition to the catalyst surface, exposing fresh catalyst sites and preventing poisoning, suppression or surface coating of the catalyst. The Econabator is therefore ideal for process streams which contain condensable compounds that would normally coat fixed bed catalytic systems.

The high activity level of the catalyst ensures excellent removal efficiency when treating both chlorinated and non-chlorinated compounds. This is especially valuable when treating air streams from soil and ground water remediation projects.


The Econabator catalytic oxidiser offers a proven technology to meet today’s stringent air emission standards. It will treat air streams containing volatile organic compounds (VOC) and hazardous air pollutants (HAP).

The central feature of the system is the fluidised bed. The non-precious metal oxide catalyst is in pellet form, which is lightly fluidised when in normal use. During fluidisation there is slight attrition to the catalyst surface, exposing fresh catalyst sites and preventing poisoning, suppression or surface coating of the catalyst. The Econabator is therefore ideal for process streams which contain condensable compounds that would normally coat fixed bed catalytic systems.

The high activity level of the catalyst ensures excellent removal efficiency when treating both chlorinated and non-chlorinated compounds. This is especially valuable when treating air streams from soil and ground water remediation projects.


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