Air Pollution Control SystemsLindaVH2024-02-05T11:16:43-05:00
Leader in Air Pollution Control Systems
Does your plant need to reduce emissions?
Acid & alkaline gasses
Particulate matter – PM 10/2.5
Condensables, aerosols, & opacity
VOCs, odor, & fumes
Oil, mist, & dust
Monroe Environmental designs and manufactures custom air pollution control systems and equipment for eliminating and minimizing a wide spectrum of air pollutants and regulated emissions from virtually all types of sources and applications.
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Monroe’s Air Pollution Control Systems & Equipment
Packed Bed Wet Scrubbers
Venturi Wet Particulate Scrubbers
Multi-Stage Scrubbing Systems
Quench Towers and Condensers
Wet Electrostatic Precipitators (WESPs)
Air Pollution Control Applications & Process Experience
Monroe Environmental has extensive experience with a wide variety of applications and processes for air pollution control. Click on a pollutant below to learn more about our approach to treating these contaminants.
Particulate matter is one of the most common pollutant groups found in nearly every industrial manufacturing and production process. It includes both solid particles and certain liquid droplets.
Physical characteristics (wet, dry, sticky, solid, liquid, vapor, etc.) as well as chemical make-up of the particulate must always be evaluated in order to determine the most appropriate control equipment. Additional factors such as application, moisture content of the air/gas stream, regulatory requirements, and other pollutants present also significantly impact control device selection.
Recent changes to many emissions regulations have made PM2.5, submicron, and condensable particulates of special consideration. Monroe Environmental has the experience and expertise to meet these demanding requirements.
Monroe offers the following systems for particulate matter collection, filtration, and reduction:
Explosive Dust Collection is a specialized area of particulate matter collection. Monroe has decades of experience controlling explosive dust. Check out our Explosive Dust Collection page to learn more.
Monroe Environmental has the expertise and equipment to properly handle difficult to remove condensables, aerosols, and other sub-micron particulates and liquid droplets that negatively affect opacity as well as PM, acid, and related emission rates.
Temperature adjustment of the gas stream is often a required step to ensure that condensables are removed prior to coalescing and filtration with media or electrostatic charge.
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) as well odorous compounds can be removed from process exhaust via wet scrubbing, dry adsorption, and thermal destruction. Each of these has pros and cons which must be weighed according to a variety of factors including pollutant loading, gas volume, utility costs, and others. Monroe Environmental can assist with evaluating the process specifics and recommend the most cost-effective solution.
Dust Collection is a very common air pollution control application that encompasses collection, filtration, separation, and recovery of dry, wet, and explosive particulates. There are a variety of dry filter media options including bags, cartridges, box filters, metal screens, and countless others that should be carefully selected based on application specifics. Wet Collection is also common for wet, sticky, and waxy particulate and can reduce lifetime operating costs by eliminating filter media. Explosive dust can be handled with either wet or dry collection.
Auxiliary Equipment, Components, & Packaged Systems
In addition to providing air pollution control systems, Monroe offers an array of equipment, components, and devices typically needed for enabling a complete turnkey installation. These include but are not limited to the following:
Ductwork, dampers, and stacks
Control and instrumentation systems
Chemical storage and feed systems
Blowdown and water treatment systems
Carbon and filter media
Pumps, piping, valves, and fittings
Tapered ductwork system with individual source hoods for multiple Oil Mist Collectors on a high production machining line.
A high-production manufacturing facility that makes engines for heavy-duty construction equipment was expanding operations and needed to control mist, fumes, and dust generated from various machining, grinding, and polishing centers on the plant floor.
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