The catalytic process suggests itself ideally for waste gas, exhaust air and flue gas cleaning.
Catalytic processes are as a rule characterized by lower reaction temperatures than in the case of comparable thermal procxesses. This permits more efficient process control with significantly reduced energy input. The catalytic process is exothermic. Depending on the individual case and the amount of pollutant load the heat is recovered recuperatively or regeneratively.
As a function of the pollutant concentration in the waste gas and the exhaust air there are two technologies available for catalytic exhaust air cleaning. For applications with a medium to high concentration we use equipment with recuperative heat recovery heat recovery (CatOx). For applications with a low to medium concentration we use equipment with regenerative heat recovery (RCO). Both technologies are designed for cleaning degrees of 99% or higher.