Regenerative Oxidizers Michigan

What does it mean to say “an oxidizer from Perceptive Industries can change the way your business works”? Well, that statement is true, and the change is positive. We will unpack that statement by explaining what our oxidizers do. We carry regenerative thermal oxidizers, as well as catalytic oxidizers and a few other types. This blog will first focus on the regenerative thermal oxidizer.

                Our Regenerative Oxidizers come in 2, 2.5, and 3 chamber designs, so that we are able to suit your needs best. These thermal oxidizers, regardless of chamber number, are able to reduce air pollution and create more environmentally friendly exhaust out of your business’s production line. So the regenerative thermal oxidizer treats exhaust air from an industrial line. It is a system which uses ceramic material to absorb heat from the exhaust gas and use the captured heat to preheat the incoming process gas stream. It operates with very high temperatures from gasses, and it also destroys air pollutants that are coming out of the exhaust air.

                Gas streams involved in thermal oxidizers are usually produced by processes requiring ventilation, which you’ll find typically in paint booths, printing, and paper manufacturing. Waste treatment facilities are also required to use regenerative thermal oxidizers in certain countries. You can research biofilters and bios rubbers of similar products and weigh your pros and cons.  If you install one of these systems, you’ll be happy to be guilt-free and running everything as it should be run, environmentally-responsibly and with efficiency.


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