VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), are any carbon compound that participates in atmospheric photochemical reactions except for CO, CO2, H2CO3, metal carbides, metal carbonates and ammonium carbonate.inquiry
The catalyst used in our emission control system is based on platinum (Pt). The catalyst can reduce the volatile organic compound (VOC) content in exhaust gas by 99.8%, that is, to a level far below the legal limit.
1. VOCs waste gas treatment in petrochemical industry.
2. VOC waste gas treatment in packaging and printing industry.
3. VOC waste gas treatment in surface coating industry.
4. VOC waste gas treatment in the shoe industry.
5. VOC waste gas treatment in the pharmaceutical industry.
6. VOC waste gas treatment in other food service industries, environmental protection industries, and metallurgical industries.
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The hazards of volatile organic compounds are obvious. When the concentration of volatile organic compounds in the room exceeds a certain concentration, people will feel headache, nausea, vomiting, and weakness of the limbs in a short period of time; in severe cases, they will have convulsions, coma, and memory loss. Volatile organic compounds harm human liver, kidneys, brain and nervous system, and they also contain many carcinogens. The pollution of indoor air by volatile organic compounds has attracted the attention of various countries.
1. Process tail gas discharged from petrochemical plants, such as petroleum refining process, petrochemical oxidation process, petrochemical storage tank production process.
2. The process of exploitation, storage and transportation of petroleum, coal, natural gas, etc.;
3. Incomplete combustion products from the combustion of coal, petroleum, petroleum products, natural gas, wood, and tobacco, the flue gas generated during the incineration of waste, and the incompletely combusted hydrocarbons contained in the exhaust gas emitted by motor vehicles.
4. Indoor decoration and decoration materials such as paint, spray paint and its solvents, wood preservatives, coatings, plywood, etc. can release a variety of volatile organic substances such as benzene, toluene, xylene, formaldehyde, phenols, etc. at room temperature.
5. The processing and use of cosmetics, organic pesticides, deodorants, disinfectants, preservatives, and various detergents used in daily life can produce volatile organic substances such as phenols, ethers, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.
6. Various synthetic materials, organic adhesives and other organic products are oxidized and decomposed when encountering high temperatures, which can produce some low-molecular organic pollutants.
7. Some organic pollutants are generated during oxidation and decomposition of starch, fat, protein, cellulose, and sugars.