There are a number of totally different kinds of thermal oxidizer technologies. If you’re unsure which system is best for your application, we are able to help.
Direct Fired Thermal Oxidizers (DFTO)
Direct fired thermal oxidizers (aka afterburners) characterize essentially the most basic thermal oxidizer technology. DFTOs have the bottom capital/maintenance prices compared to other systems, and are very effective in treating process air with high VOC concentrations.
Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers (RTO)
Regenerative thermal oxidizers are essentially the most widely used air pollution control technology today. They’ve the bottom operating price compared to different thermal oxidizer systems, with high reliability and long service life. Learn more about regenerative thermal oxidizers or check out our used RTO inventory.
Recuperative Thermal Oxidizers
Recuperative thermal oxidizers have an integrated air to air heat exchanger that uses sizzling handled air from the combustion chamber to pre-heat inbound process air. Because of this heat recovery, less fuel is consumed by the burner.
Catalytic Recuperative Oxidizers
Catalytic recuperative oxidizers (aka catalytic oxidizers) use less fuel because they operate at a decrease temperature compared to other thermal oxidizer systems (typically 600°F – 650°F). They’re greatest for clean applications without halogens, sulfurs, silicone or particulates. Be taught more about catalytic recuperative oxidizers or check out our current used catalytic oxidizer inventory.
Regenerative Catalytic Oxidizers (RCO)
Regenerative catalytic oxidizers operate just like RTOs (see above) however embody a layer of catalyst impregnated ceramic media, making them even more fuel environment friendly than RTOs. RCOs work well for low-VOC process airstreams (under 16%) and have a protracted service life.
VOC Rotary Concentrators
VOC rotary concentrators are air air pollution control systems that pre-condition the airstream before it goes to a thermal oxidizer. VOC concentrators work by absorbing VOCs from high-quantity, low-VOC process air, then releasing the concentrated VOCs into a smaller vapor stream that’s handled in a thermal oxidizer. Study more about VOC rotary concentrators.