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AirProtekt RTO system removes fluorine from textile processing
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Jun '08
A major UK major manufacturing has selected Air Protekt, the Cambridge based air pollution specialist, to remove Fluorine contaminants from its textile processing facility.

AirProtekt was able to offer the textile company a complete solution by supplying a Regenerative Thermal Oxidation system (RTO) and a special scrubber system to remove Fluorine contaminants from the process exhaust stream.

Air Protekt's total package concept embraces process assessment, project design, supply of the air pollution equipment, installation and commissioning. The air pollution specialist also provides a complete after sales service.

The project required AirProtekt to provide an engineering solution to not only address local emission requirements but also match the specifications of the processor's other air pollution control equipment in use at sister manufacturing sites in Europe.

AirProtekt, the sole UK distributor of Regenerative Thermal Oxidisers for Lufttechnik Bayreuth (LTB) of Germany for many years, is well positioned to benefit from LTB's in-depth experience of European air pollution regulations, with more than 100 RTO systems across Europe have been installed by LTB.

The system was tailored to comply with the processor's specific emission regulation requirements. Trevor Lawton, AirProtekt's managing director said: “This application highlights one of the key strengths of AirProtekt's air pollution control expertise. Our engineering solution for the project involved supplying the RTO system combined with a scrubber unit. Rival suppliers could only offer an RTO system or a filter system, not both as an integrated package.”

AirProtekt is an Air Pollution Control specialist that has built up a wealth of market knowledge, technical expertise and practical skills gained from working for more than thirty years in the global Air Pollution Control industry.

AirProtekt Limited

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