Archive for January, 2011

Duall Division model F102-135 scrubber provides cost effective ventilation and air pollution control

Friday, January 28th, 2011

Background Voltmaster Company, Inc. required a cost effective solution for treating sulfuric acid fumes generated in a battery charging operation at their Corydon, Iowa facility. It was determined that a scrubber and ventilation system were required to prevent exposure of workers and equipment to the corrosive mist formed the charging process and to prevent damage […]

Tile Kilns meet MACT requirements with Fisher-Klosterman packed bed scrubbers

Friday, January 21st, 2011

Brick and tile manufacturers must comply with MACT requirements for HF, HCl, SO2, and dust emissions on their kiln exhausts. Fisher-Klosterman was approached by a leading supplier in the industry to make recommendations and offer a proposal to clean the kiln exhausts at three of their plants. Though the technology had not been used on […]

Aerovent Fans: Florida Wildfires Fan” Demand for New Water Production Facilities

Friday, January 14th, 2011

Florida Wildfires “Fan” Demand for New Water Production Facilities Aerovent Chosen by Jacksonville Electric Authority & CH2M Hill For Emergency Water Plant Construction Projects Voluntary water rationing is almost a way of life in Florida. During hot summer months, watering lawns and washing cars are restricted to minimize peak demands on municipal water plants. Over […]

Smoot Dense Phase Pneumatic Conveying

Friday, January 7th, 2011

CONCEPT In dry materials handling, the product being conveyed and the application are used to determine the best type of conveying system. Highly abrasive products and those subject to degradation move best through a high-pressure, low-velocity conveying system. On long distance, high-rate applications, a high-pressure, low-velocity system can offer energy savings. Smoot Dense Phase Pneumatic […]