What's Next generation compliance?
VOC Adsorption and Recovery Publication in Environmental Science & Technology
Activated carbon fiber cloth (ACFC) is a novel adsorbent that can be used for volatile organic compound (VOC) control. One of the unique qualities that separates ACFC from the more conventional granular activated carbon (GAC) is that ACFC can be more readily regenerated using resistive heating (GAC beds have contact resistance between each grain and thus have limited electrical conductivity while AFCF is a tightly woven material resulting in good bulk electrical conductivity). Resistive heating provides the benefit that control of regeneration heating is independent of the regeneration carrier gas flow rate. This means that the carrier gas flow rate can be minimized such that the regeneration exhaust gas is highly concentrated with previously adsorbed material for cost effective disposal or reuse as feedstock (e.g., > 60% VOC). By contrast, GAC beds are typically regenerated by passing heated gas streams such as nitrogen or steam through the adsorbent bed, which dilutes the adsorbed material and may require additional treatment for reuse or disposal.More
Who We Are
Since 1972 CleanAir is a global provider of technical products and services for sustainability and resource management. We specialize in emissions reduction, energy management, common sense and a lot more.
What We Do
No matter how complex your needs, you can count on CleanAir. We specialize in the difficult. The challenging. We push the boundaries to help you achieve your objectives . Our service commitment to you is simple: Performance Beyond Measure.