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  • Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's) with a Spectrally Filtered Cooled Mid-Wave Infrared Camera
    The world's petrochemical industry is constantly seeking methods for the detection of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's) such as benzene, propane and methane. Leaks of such materials all too often lead to catastrophic equipment damage and loss of life. EPA regulations require reduction
  • Organic Solvents at a Printers
    Introduction: Over recent years organizations have developed significant health and safety programmes for the welfare of their workers and their visitors. This has introduced, amongst other things, a much cleaner working environment with the collection of particles, fumes and vapors from working
  • Solvent Vapor Monitoring in Coil Coating Oven Atmospheres (.pdf)
    , solves all of these problems. Background. Coil coating ovens typically operate at high temperatures, with some zones at over 800°F. This temperature range is needed to cure organic polymer coatings to their substrate materials. Solvents are typically vaporized in the early oven zones. At the same
    provide high sensitivity and selectivity for molecular recognition while maintaining excellent thermal and mechanical stability. MIPs have been demonstrated to be extremely selective for the agents and related pesticides in water and organic matrices, with detection limits in the low parts per trillion3
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    scrubbers, thermal oxidizers, and other volatile-organic-carbon abatement devices. V-series systems detect low levels of moisture or
  • Solvent Recovery South of the Border
    to traditional oxidation. Volatile organic compounds (VOC's) find wide spread use in the gravure printing and flexible package printing industries. Though water based inks and coatings have made significant inroads into this industry, organic solvent based printing remains the method of choice for high
  • Chlorinated Groundwater Treatment
    . The off-gases from these collection devices would contain Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) laden air that would require further treatment before being released to the atmosphere. The expected VOCs included benzene, chlorobenzene and dichlorobenzene. The design-builder required a treatment system that could
  • Inline Chlorine Dioxide Monitoring - Pulp Bleaching
    . Separator Control in Breweries. Chemical. Phase Separation in Batch Processes - Aqueous Phase - Organic Phase. Edible Oils & Fats. Vegetable Oil Refining. Food. Blancher Make-up Water Monitoring and Control. Fruit Juices. Diatomaceous Earth (DE) Filtration Control & Monitoring. Metals. Electroplating

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