Survey of control technologies for low concentration organic vapor gas streams
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Published by The Center, Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service in Research Triangle Park, N.C, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Air -- Pollution -- United States,
  • Incineration -- United States

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Edition Notes

Statementprepared by: Robert A. Zerbonia ... [et al.] ; prepared for Control Technology Center.
ContributionsZerbonia, Robert A., United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Control Technology Center.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17817138M
OCLC/WorldCa38844000

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Survey of Control Technologies for Low Concentration Organic Vapor Gas Streams Prepared by: By Robert A. Zerbonia, James J. Spivey, Sanjay K. Agarwal, Ashok . (scfm))), low VOC concentration (less than parts per million by volume (ppmv)) applications are best suited to control with regenerative incineration systems (Gay, ). This type of incinerator is applicable in controlling VOC from metalworking and coating operat ions, automotive manufacturing, and forest and wood products manufacturing. Determining Organic Vapor Concentration In Air H. L. BARNEBEY and W. L. DAVIS Barnebey-Cheney Company, Columbus, Ohio The effect of man-made and natural pollutants in air even in low concen-trations is well known. Intensive re-search is being conducted on the nature of these pollutants, their sources, and their effects. The need. incinerators are also not generally cost-effective for low-concentration, high-flow organic vapor streams (EPA, ). Emission Stream Pretreatment Requirements: Typically, no pretreatment is required, however, in some cases, a concentrator (e.g., carbon or zeoliteFile Size: 31KB.

C.W. Sanford The document presents the results of a series of studies conducted to identify commercially available control technologies suitable for application to low organic concentration gas. Costs can be substantially higher than the ranges shown when used for low-VOC concentration streams (less than around ppmv). As a rule, smaller units controlling a low concentration waste stream will be much more expensive (per unitvolumetricflow rate) than a large unit cleaning a high pollutant load flow. Survey of control technologies for low concentration organic vapor gas streams [microform] / prepared by Inventory of current indoor air quality-related research [microform] / C. Beat Meyer and Robert P. Hartley; How a law is made: the story of a bill against air pollution, by Leonard A. Stevens. Illustrated by Robe. When using absorption as the primary control technique for organic vapors, the spent solvent must be easily regenerated or disposed of in an environmentally acceptable manner (EPA, ). When used for PM control, high concentrations can clog the bed, limiting these devices to controlling streams with relatively low dust loadings (EPA, ).