The majority of industrial waste management processes produce emissions, which are hazardous to your health and pollute the environment.
Most countries have instituted regulations that limit hazardous emissions, requiring these gasses to be filtered. These gasses reach several hundred degrees in temperature, which conventional bag-type filters cannot accommodate. This leaves ceramic hot gas filtration as the only reliable long-term solution.
Particulate Matter often consists of fine particles (PM 2.5), which are extremely harmful to people. PM 2.5 is able to pass through many conventional filters, with ceramic hot gas filtration offering the only reliable method of capturing hazardous waste emissions. Dry gas scrubbers are used in conjunction with ceramic filters, to either adsorb or neutralise other harmful products, such as: hydrogen chloride (HCl), sulphur dioxide (SO2), hydrogen fluoride (HF), lead (Pb), mercury (Hg) and dioxins.
Our ceramic filtration units work by drawing the flue gas through hollow ceramic filter elements, capturing particles on the filter wall. The structure of the filter elements is so fine, that it successfully captures PM 2.5.
The filter unit is split into “dirty” and “clean” compartments, with the flue gas entering on the “dirty” side and particulate matter being captured by the filter element. Clean air then passes from the filter element into the “clean side” and out to the stack.
The filter elements are periodically cleaned. Reverse pulse cleaning makes use of compressed air, allowing the built-up particles to be discharged into a collection bin.