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BABCOCK WANSON thermal oxidisers have been shown to comply with the European directive on VOC emissions in a wide field of applications.
 
Sector Process Effluent type
Metal container Painting, Printing Ketones, Acetates, Hydrocarbons
Flexible packing
(paper, cardboard, plastic film)
Printing Acetates, Glycol, Hydrocarbons
Printing Rotary press, Photogravure Ethyl acetate, Alcohols
Chemicals Production of paints, Resins solvents Styrene, Ammonia, Methyl acrylate
Textiles Finishing, Printing, Dyeing MEK, Isopropylacetate, Toluene
Rubber Production, Vulcanization Plasticators, Chloroparaffin
Surface treatment Lacquering, Varnishing Xylene, “Solvesso”, Isobutylacetate, Methoxypropylacetate
Paper - carboard Printing Ketones, Acetates, Alcohols, Hydrocarbons
Pharmaceuticals Production Ethyl alcohol, Isopropanol
Ceramics Enamelling, Varnishing Polyhydric alcohol, Aldehydes
Glass, Resins Printing Styrene, Ketones
Metal foundry Casting, Sand presentation Phenol, Formaldehyde, Odours
Automotive Painting, Varnishing Ketones, Acetates, Hydrocarbons
Foodstuffs Meat processing, Frying, Roasting Odours
 
 
Application example in the rendering industry:
 
BABCOCK WANSON deodorising thermal oxidisers with heat recovery in the form of steam or thermal fluid offer a fully integrated and efficient solution with relatively low capital and running cost. For most plants this is the preferred option to deal with airborne effluent and odour problems.
 
Below is a typical flow diagram of such an installation in a rendering plant.
 
Thermal oxidation diagram

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