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Pollution Control Equipment Manufacturing

Pollution control equipment manufacturers are always fighting the battle between energy consumption (operating costs) and capital costs for their equipment.

They need reliable products with strong technical support and accurate performance data, and most of all, they need the right product for their application.

With over 40 years of experience supplying heat exchangers to pollution control equipment manufacturers, Munters’ understands these needs and as a result, offers a broad spectrum of system solutions. The systems range from low temperature standard heat exchangers to high temperature welded-plate and welded-tube heat exchangers. Whether or not a customer requires an insulated heat exchanger with expansion joints or a bare heat exchanger unit that the OEM will insulate as part of their package, Munters’ priority is to provide the best solution.

In addition, Munters provides Zeolite Rotor Concentrators to the pollution control industry for low VOC concentration applications.  Globally, there are many local oxidizer manufacturers who assemble complete VOC abatement systems based on the zeolite concentrator technology pioneered by Munters. 

Munters provides Zeolite Rotor Cassettes for adsorption of VOC’s to the electronics/semiconductor industry, TFT/LCD manufacturing, printing/packaging, coating and paint finishing industries.  Munters uses a mix of zeolites to cover a wide range of VOC molecule sizes.  Munters rotors are 100% inorganic and have zero risk of fire.  With an aluminum construction, Munters zeolite rotors are corrosion resistant and lightweight.  Rotors are available in multiple sizes to handle a wide range of flow rates. 

Munters Heat Exchangers include:

  • Thermo-Z™ – High temperature plate heat exchanger
  • Thermo-T™ – High temperature shell and tube heat exchanger
  • Z-Duct™ – Counter flow plate type air-to-air heat exchanger
  • Heat pipe heat exchanger – Sensible air-to-air energy exchanger
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    Pollution Control Equipment Manufacturing

    Pollution control equipment manufacturers are always fighting the battle between energy consumption (operating costs) and capital costs for their…

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    Air pollution is an ever-present problem that affects many industries, from the emission of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) to contamination of sensitive materials in the manufacturing process.

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