Catalyst Sampler contains a bottom vessel head mounted tube within a tube assembly. This is used to retrieve particulate matter from a fixed bed reactor. Its particulate matter enters the device through coinciding inlet ports in the tubes and flows by gravity to the bottom of the inner tube. Its flow is stopped and the catalyst sample flows by gravity into a valved receiver, which is depressurized before catalyst is recovered by shifting the alignment of the inlet ports.
Catalytic Debinding Ovens offers various sizes of ovens for research, development and production. These are designed for catalytic debinding of BASF polyacetal binder from injection molding of metal and ceramic powders. These are batch debinders offered in four sizes from lab-scale to production level processing.
Catalytic dioxin destruction system is a low -temperature technology for flue gas dioxin emission destruction. The dioxin destruction catalyst enables dioxins to be reduced to extremely low levels at low flue gas temperatures, even as low as 320° F (160° C). It destroys dioxin compounds in a single process step, with no subsequent processing needed. In addition, the CRI process does not require the addition of any reactant beyond the oxygen already in the flue gas. The CRI system uses a specially developed catalyst to convert dioxins to a mixture of harmless gases. This system is applied for both liquid waste incinerators after the wet acid gas scrubber, and to solid waste incinerators after the acid gas and particulate removal systems.