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Formia emission control technology surging ahead

 

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2010-05-19
Formia emission control technology surging ahead

Catalytic incinerators for treating VOC (volatile organic compounds) emissions from Formia Emissions Control are being delivered to a growing number of customers in areas such as pharmaceuticals, battery manufacturing, tyre production, and steel tube manufacturing in countries including Finland, France, Israel, Italy, Germany, and Romania.

The units meet the toughest EU emissions requirements and utilise the latest technology, saving on energy and minimising climate impact. Formia’s modular, scalable, and highly configurable incinerators give customers an easy and completely automatic ‘plug and play’ solution for treating VOC emissions.
 
“Catalytic VOC treatment is a clear, future alternative to thermal incineration, which still dominates the world market and requires large quantities of expensive additional energy,” according to the company’s Project Director, Tuomas Partanen.

Based in Jyväskylä and Seinäjoki in Central Finland, Formia Emissions Control develops, commissions, and markets cost-efficient VOC management equipment for a range of industrial processes, and has set itself the goal of achieving a global market share of over 10% in key market areas in the catalytic VOC incineration segment by 2020. The company forms part of the Formia Technology Group, which also operates in the fields of bioenergy, materials handling, rollforming, and contract manufacturing.

Formia’s Smart VOC incinerators feature a novel twin-bed Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO), which helps make them compact, efficient, and cost-effective to purchase and operate. Image courtesy of Formia Emissions Control Oy.

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