Solvent adsorption and recovery is beneficial when it comes to treatment of waste streams containing high concentration or high value solvents. The system enables to remove the solvents from waste streams to meet regulatory emission limits in the meantime recover valuable solvents for reuse.
Tialoc uses activated carbon, a highly porous amorphous solid in small pellets for removal of solvent from a gas stream. Adsorption is a process by which pollutants are selectively adsorbed on the surface of granular activated carbon beds where they remain until regeneration takes place. All organic vapours in air at ambient temperature can be substantially adsorbed by carbon, regardless of variation in concentration and humidity. Regeneration (recovery) is a desorption process by which adsorbed solvents can be removed from the carbon beds by application of a heat source.
Gas Adsorption System Features:
- Custom tailored system design to meet unique requirements of each customer
- High removal efficiency for different kinds of pollutants, i.e. acetone, acetates, benzene, methylene chloride, toluene, alcohols, xylene, etc
- Three adsorption units operating alternately at adsorption, regeneration, standby mode
- Flexibility to accommodate batch or continuous operation and varying solvents and compositions
- Fully automated industrial grade control system to allow precise control with minimal operator intervention
- Compact vertical or horizontal design to accommodate various footprint requirements