Oxidizers

Standard System Features

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Oxidizers are used in applications where vapor contamination levels are too high for the cost effectiveness of carbon. This is based on the consumption rates of the carbon, which is determined by flow rate, levels of contamination, and the length of time forecasted for the project.

H2 offers four different options in oxidizers depending on your needs and contamination levels.

Electric Catalytic Oxidizer ranging in flow rates from 50 to 1250+ scfm utilize an electric heating element to preheat the process vapors prior to introduction to the catalyst bed. These units have a 50% efficient shell and tube heat exchanger to assist in preheating the vapor stream prior to introduction to the catalyst bed and can effectively operate with oxidizer influent levels of up to 3000 ppmv. This in turn helps reduce the overall operating costs.vert_ox_

Gas Catalytic Oxidizers ranging in flow rates from 50 to 5000 scfm utilize a natural gas or propane fired pilot ignited burner to preheat the process vapor stream prior to introduction to the catalyst bed. These units have a 50% efficient shell and tube heat exchanger to reduce operating costs and can effectively operate with oxidizer influent levels up to 3000 ppmv. This in turn helps reduce the overall operating costs.

Thermal Gas Fired Oxidizers ranging in flow rates from 50 to 5000 scfm utilize a natural

gas or propane burner to heat the vapors to 1450°F. to treat the process vapor stream and can effectively operate with oxidizer influent levels up to approximately 6000 ppmv. These units can also be converted to catalytic mode once the concentration levels decrease. This in turn helps reduce the overall operating costs.

ThermXcat Oxidizers ranging in flow rates from 50 to 5000 scfm utilize a natural gas or propane fired pilot ignited burner to preheat the process vapor stream. This unit is designed to operate initially in the thermal mode, utilizing temperature as a means to treat the vapors for concentration levels up to approximately 6000 ppmv. As levels fall below 3000 ppmv, a simple field retrofit converts the oxidizer to a catalytic oxidizer, which utilizes a 50% efficient heat exchanger to assist in preheating the vapor stream prior to introduction to the catalyst bed. This in turn helps reduce the overall operating costs.

 

 

 

Contact Info

H2 Oil Recovery Equipment, Inc.
36 SE 9th Street
Bend, Oregon 97702 U.S.A.
Tel: (541) 382-7070