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Regenerative Catalytic Oxidizer Zeolite Rotor Concentrator Industrial Voc Treatment

1. The Zeolite rotary concentration with catalytic combustion system adopts PLC automatic combustion control, fully automatic control, stable operation.

2. The Zeolite concentration multiple reaches 5-20 times, so that the original large air volume, low concentration of VOCs waste gas, converted into low air volume, high concentration of waste gas, greatly reduce the specifications of post-processing equipment, low operating cost.

3. The pressure drop generated by the adsorption of VOCs via zeolite runner is very low, which can greatly reduce the power consumption.

4. Zeolite rotor concentrator with catalytic combustion equipment application: petroleum waste gas, coating waste gas, printing waste gas, chemical waste gas, copper clad waste gas, industrial manufacturing waste gas source, etc.

    Project Introduction

    The advantages of the combined use of zeolite rotary concentrator and catalytic combustion technology include:
    The combination of zeolite rotor concentration device and catalytic combustion technology provides many advantages for VOCs exhaust gas treatment and tail gas treatment. These two technologies work together to provide a dual purification effect, effectively removing organic matter and other pollutants from the exhaust gas. This dual purification effect makes waste gas treatment more thorough and ensures that the treated gas complies with environmental regulations and standards.


    One of the main advantages of combining zeolite rotor concentrators with catalytic combustion technology is its high efficiency and low energy consumption. The joint use of these two technologies greatly improves the efficiency of waste gas treatment, saves energy consumption, and reduces the overall cost of waste gas treatment. This is a significant benefit for industries seeking to reduce environmental impact and operating costs.

    In addition, the combination of these technologies has environmental and energy-saving benefits. Catalytic combustion technology can convert organic matter in exhaust gas into harmless substances such as CO2 and water vapor. This not only avoids secondary pollution to the environment, but also realizes energy recovery and resource utilization of waste gas, making the waste gas treatment process more sustainable.

    In addition, the zeolite rotor concentration device and catalytic combustion technology are relatively simple to operate and easy to maintain and manage. Both technologies are based on physical and chemical principles, making them easy to use and maintain. This ease of operation is an attractive feature for industries looking for effective and efficient exhaust gas treatment technology.

    In summary, the combination of zeolite rotor concentration device and catalytic combustion technology has the advantages of dual purification effect, high efficiency, low energy consumption, environmental protection and energy saving, and easy operation. This makes it a very effective and ideal exhaust gas treatment technology for a variety of industries and applications.


    Project Introduction

    VOCs treatment of new process: zeolite wheel adsorption concentration + catalytic combustion
    VOCs exhaust gas is a complex composition, a large number of types, different properties and many other characteristics of the substance, in the traditional waste gas treatment way of purification, often face the problem of this is not economical and can not meet the standard. Therefore, with the advantages of different unit air treatment technologies, the combination of gas treatment methods can not only reduce the economic cost of purification, but also meet the emission requirements. Therefore, the combination process using two or more processes has been developed rapidly.


    The treatment of low-concentration, high-emission VOCs pollutants has always been a major challenge faced by environmental engineers. Traditional methods often involve large equipment investments, high costs, and low efficiency. However, a new process that utilizes zeolite rotor systems to treat industrial waste gases containing volatile organic compounds (VOCs) is proving to be a game-changer in waste gas treatment.

    The new process involves the use of zeolite rotor concentrators that can adsorb and separate volatile organic compounds from large quantities of industrial waste gases. Then VOCs are compressed and concentrated to form high-concentration, small-displacement industrial waste gas, which is then re-decomposed and purified through catalytic combustion. This method, called adsorption separation concentration + combustion decomposition and purification method, provides a more efficient and cost-effective solution for treating VOC pollutants in industrial waste gas.


    The core of this new process is the zeolite rotor system, which consists of an adsorption rotor with a honeycomb structure. The rotor is housed in a housing divided into three zones: cooling, adsorption and regeneration. The three areas are connected to each other through ducts for cooling air, regeneration air and process air. The motor promotes the slow rotation of the rotor at a speed of 3-8 rpm per hour.

    In order to ensure the integrity of the system and prevent air passage and leakage between the air ducts, high-temperature resistant fluororubber sealing materials are used in each section. This ensures that polluted air is effectively sent to the adsorption zone and purified by the blower. As the adsorption wheel rotates, it reaches a saturated state and then enters the regeneration zone. At this stage, high-temperature regeneration air is introduced so that the pollutant gases are adsorbed and then transferred to the regeneration air for regeneration. The adsorption rotor is then cooled in the cooling zone and then returned to the adsorption zone to complete the regeneration cycle.


    The use of zeolite rotor concentrators combined with catalytic combustion to treat VOCs in industrial waste gases represents a major advancement in waste gas treatment technology. This innovative approach provides a more sustainable and cost-effective solution to the environmental challenge posed by VOC pollutants in industrial air emissions and can go a long way in improving air quality and reducing the environmental impact of industrial operations. play a vital role. As industries continue to prioritize environmental sustainability and regulatory compliance, the adoption of this new process of catalytic combustion and rotor concentration holds great promise for the future of VOC exhaust treatment.

    Project Introduction

    Operating principle of zeolite rotor + catalytic oxidation systems:
    Zeolite rotor systems, also known as zeolite rotor concentrators, are innovative technologies that are gaining attention for their effectiveness in VOC exhaust gas treatment. When combined with catalytic oxidation, these systems provide an efficient and environmentally friendly solution for exhaust gas treatment.


    The working principle of the zeolite rotor + catalytic oxidation system can be divided into several stages, each stage plays a vital role in the entire process.

    The first stage is the adsorption stage. The organic waste gas passes through the zeolite rotor and is selectively adsorbed according to the size of the gas molecules. The molecular sieve pore size of zeolite can be adjusted according to the size of exhaust gas molecules, thereby achieving highly selective adsorption. Even at low concentrations, zeolite runners maintain high adsorption capacity at high temperatures, making them the best choice for waste gas treatment.


    The adsorption phase is followed by a desorption phase, in which the zeolite rotor rotates slowly, using hot air from the regeneration zone to maintain desorption of the adsorbed organic waste gas. One of the key features of zeolite adsorption is its non-flammability, allowing the desorption temperature to be set according to the composition of the exhaust gas. This enables the system to efficiently handle high-boiling exhaust gas components.

    Next is the catalytic combustion stage. The zeolite rotor concentrator captures the exhaust gas molecules in the low-concentration, high-volume exhaust gas. The desorbed high-concentration, low-volume exhaust gas enters the catalytic combustion device for low-temperature catalytic combustion. This process helps reduce energy consumption and combustion temperatures are typically between 200 and 450 degrees Celsius. This catalytic combustion device is widely used and can be heated by electricity. It only consumes electrical energy during the desorption process and has an operating power of about 60kW.

    Finally, the zeolite rotor recovery stage involves reheating the zeolite rotor to restore its adsorption efficiency. To achieve this, a cooling fan is used to cool the zeolite so that it can circulate and adsorb waste gases.


    The combination of zeolite rotor systems and catalytic oxidation provides numerous advantages for VOC exhaust gas treatment. By effectively capturing and processing exhaust gas molecules, these systems help reduce air pollution and provide sustainable solutions for exhaust gas treatment.

    In summary, the working principle of the zeolite rotor + catalytic oxidation system demonstrates the innovation and efficiency of this technology. These systems have made significant progress in the field of VOC exhaust gas treatment due to their ability to selectively adsorb exhaust gas molecules, promote desorption and catalytic combustion, and recover and reuse zeolites. As environmental regulations continue to tighten, the need for advanced exhaust treatment solutions, such as zeolite rotor concentrators with catalytic oxidation, will only continue to grow.